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Same problem on an old Shimano freehub. I could not get it to adjust properly over the long run. It had a lot of mileage. The eventual problem is that the cone/axle assembly had threads that were slightly worn from years of use. There are two options you can try. Cheap Option: Use threadlocker (Loctite Blue) to ensure the cones are secured where you want ...


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I just checked two frames and forks drop outs. They all measured at least 9.5mm. They all allowed a 3/8" bolt to pass through. If you are having doubts about your particular frame, get a 3/8" bolt and see it fits. You also need to verify that the nuts will sit correctly in the front fork.The nut must sit flat on the fork not on top of the safety tabs (also ...



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