Villiers Freewheel Tool
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Photo Credit: VeloBase User Walkman-man
Name: Villiers Freewheel Tool
Brand: Villiers
Category: Freewheel Tool
Country: England
Added By: Walkman-man on 07/11/19
Updated By: Walkman-man on 07/12/19
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General Information
Naturally, this tool has correctly spaced pins to fit the Villiers freewheels, but I've also found it to be an exact fit (similar design?) for the common Sturmey Archer freewheels, and I expect other same era British freewheels would be a fit. There doesn't seem to be many two-pin tools around that do the job.
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Brand Information(click to expand)
In 1898, John Marston was building a pedal cycle, which he named the Sunbeam Cob.
As he was sited on Villiers St. (in Wolverhampton), he named it The Villiers Company,
later to become The Villiers Engineering Company.
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