how about threading on a bottom bracket lockring of appropriate thread? you can watch as it threads on and avoid doing damage. Or, you could cut the lock ring, spread it and begin where the threads are still intact and then unscrew it from there. I never tried this but it might work. You would use a hose clamp to keep the lock ring tight. I am of course assuming that the freewheel is already removed. Good luck!
On Fri, 14 Sep 2001 20:16:52 -0700 "Bill Mattinson" <email@example.com>
> I carelessly switched freewheels and crossthreaded the hub so I can't
> any freewheel on straight. Anybody got one to sell? Does NOT need to
> be nos,
> in box, or perfect, but should be reasonably nice looking and free
> Please let me know.
> Bill Mattinson
> Sonoma County, CA
> ps: any tricks on how to get a freewheel on this mucked up hub
> would be appreciated. I couldn't do it nor could lbs.