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I'm pretty sure the plastic bushing is made by Igus in Germany The color is identical to their Iglide material Anyway I snapped it out I measured the bore in the freehub body to be 27 2mm I plan to press in an old-fashoned oilite bronze bushing in it's place chuck the whole freehub body in the lathe and turn the inside down to a precise 2 8 With the bolt out the freehub body should just slide off the splines that transmit the torque from the sprockets to the hub shell At this point it may be possible to rescue a fading freehub with copious injections of 3-in-1 between the inner and outer parts at the back but it's at best a temporary fix – your best bet is to chuck it and get a new one which has the added bonus of

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2015-1-6The clicking that you hear is the pawl(s) engaging the ratchets in the freehub body/hub body (depending on the hub) They work just like a ratcheting socket wrench Volume or lack thereof is not necessarily a mark of quality people generally associate loud with better quality but Shimano's freehubs hubs are fairly quiet (especially the

When all the cogs and spacers are on check that the smallest cog stands slightly proud of the freehub body if it doesn't you may have missed a spacer Now rethread the lockring using the lockring remover tool and turn the lockring tool clockwise with an adjustable wrench to

2020-6-18Cassettes are much easier to customize because all of the sprockets use the same spline pattern so any of the sprockets (except the smallest one) can be used at any position on the Freehub body With thread-on freewheels the body is 'stepped' so that sprockets for different positions will attach with different spline or thread patterns

either using the correct tool or using the shown method unscrew the freehub combination cone in a CW manner Shown is one method in which I gained leverage (be sure that this makeshift-tool can at-least nearly fill each slot on either side) Pic is blurred what I used was a scrap multi-tool needle-nose and a ratchet-handle for leverage Fortunately this wasn't that tight when I d

Modern Hyperglide-type cassettes (everything made since the late 1980s) use a threaded lockring to hold the sprockets onto the splines of the Freehub body There is a special splined tool that fits the notched hole in the lockring Some lockring tools have a long handle others like the one in the photo below have a hexagonal fitting like a nut which can either be turned with a large wrench

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either using the correct tool or using the shown method unscrew the freehub combination cone in a CW manner Shown is one method in which I gained leverage (be sure that this makeshift-tool can at-least nearly fill each slot on either side) Pic is blurred what I used was a scrap multi-tool needle-nose and a ratchet-handle for leverage Fortunately this wasn't that tight when I d

2020-6-19You'd take the cassette off with tool and chainwhip then disassemble the cup and cone hub using a cone spanner and regular 17mm before the freehub body is removed with a big Allen key You could always investigate inside the freehub body first and see if it just needs degunking

2012-4-12Surely a freehub can survive quite well with the same level of attention This is especially true given the hassle involved in disassembling and reassembling a freehub body No I personally have never actually done it but I have done the same thing with old-school freewheels Trust me this is not a practical solution for most people

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2020-7-12The part with the two notches is left-threaded so clockwise to loosen from the perspective of your picture It should be noted that these are quite the can of worms once apart and cleaning/lubrication can be done pretty effectively by taking the whole freehub body off using the 10mm internal Allen wrench flats (poke a 10mm Allen into the hole in the center of the freehub that part is normal

2 8 With the bolt out the freehub body should just slide off the splines that transmit the torque from the sprockets to the hub shell At this point it may be possible to rescue a fading freehub with copious injections of 3-in-1 between the inner and outer parts at the back but it's at best a temporary fix – your best bet is to chuck it and get a new one which has the added bonus of

2010-2-15A '105' series freehub would be least expensive with no significant performance or weight penalty vs a more expensive Ultegra or Dura-Ace freehub You also mentioned When I spin the back wheel it doesn't make the usual clicking noise Shimano by design is very quiet It does not have the loud ratcheting of Campy Mavic and others

2018-10-19Main body of hub holds the axle assembly and is the connection point for the spokes Bearing Cup Is pressed into the shell Bearing Cone Forms the outside bearing races fits onto axle usually adjustable Bearings There are three major types of

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2005-11-2yes trying to disassemble the freehub body I can remove the body from the hub shell but I'm trying to get at the guts The cone which I understand is left-hand thread has two notches on opposite ends I tried making my own tool that had two prongs sticking out by using a piece of an old bike tubing that I filed down

2017-5-14I took off the rear wheel took off the cassette (lock ring) and the freehub was indeed slightly loose So I took off the locking nuts on the rear axle used a special tool to open the cone bearing on the end of the freehub had the usual explosion of tiny (bearing) balls cleaned them and the freehub body in turpentine solvent regreased the bearing grooves and reseated the balls

2013-11-3They have an adjuster and I make certain there is a very slight amount of play so I know there is no side load on the balls/races The Powertap hubs are machined so there is no type of adjustment If the hub is machined incorrectly there is too much load on the sides of the bearings which caused mine to fail [as little as 100 miles to totaly

2018-10-19Main body of hub holds the axle assembly and is the connection point for the spokes Bearing Cup Is pressed into the shell Bearing Cone Forms the outside bearing races fits onto axle usually adjustable Bearings There are three major types of

2013-6-27place tool #2 onto the top and use a synthetic hammer to press the bearing into the hub Grease the drive side hub shell and axle bearing and re-install the cage bearing Grease the cage bearing Install the pawls and pawl spring Install the freehub body making sure to properly seat the pawls

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It uses an inverted drive system where the 6x pawls are housed in the shell and the 60-tooth driver is mounted to the freehub body So to sum that up: Vault front hubs are available in: 15x100 15x100 Torque Cap 15x110 (Boost) 15x110 Torque Cap 20x110 (OG) 20x110 (Boost and