Help needed please with freewheel and drum brake removal

bjellys

Retro Guru
Hi I want to completely strip this wheel to work on the rim so I need to remove the freewheel which I think I just need this tool Park tool FR2


https://www.amazon.co.uk/Park-Tool-FR-2 ... B001472M4K
can someone confirm please.
Now for the hard part the wheel has a drum brake which I have taken the outer part off but don't know how to get the drum off I think it either unscrews or is a push fit if anyone knows as I don't want to damage it.
I cannot get the spokes in or out with it in place.
I have just seen one on the internet which was advertised as screw on so which way do I undo it it is on the opposite side to the freewheel.

Outer part
 

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mdvineng

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Drum will be threaded on, the 2 holes in the backplate are for the tool, thread direction will be so that it tightens up when the brake us applied.
 

bjellys

Retro Guru
Thanks for help got it off today made my own tool just 2 bolts and 4 nuts,
I had to grind 2 of the nuts down so they cleared the spokes in the hub.once I had the bolts fitted I just clamped them in the vice and turned the rim job done .
 

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