Yes, you only have to remove all the nuts from the axle. There might be one inside the freehub. Show a picture pointing in if you're not sure. Then you undo the 6 screws and tap the axle through from the other side of where the screws are.thanks vfr yes its definitely getting worse, the Axle looks bent or the flywheel there is a wobble is it easy to open it up
Hi ive got the wheel of and there is a lot of play on the cassette is this a easy fixYes, you only have to remove all the nuts from the axle. There might be one inside the freehub. Show a picture pointing in if you're not sure. Then you undo the 6 screws and tap the axle through from the other side of where the screws are.
Not necessarily. It sound like your free-hub is borked. Take the cassette off and see how the freehub detatches. there are various versions. the early ones just pull off after you've removed the axle nuts. if you can show me what you have, I might have a spare one.Hi ive got the wheel of and there is a lot of play on the cassette is this a easy fix
thanks for your on this ive got a frend coming over tomorrow with the right tool so all being will i will have it of and i will get back to you tomorrow with phto sYou will have to remove the cassette with a cassette tool and take the side-plate off the motor like I described before. You need a cassette tool and a chainwhip to get the cassette retainer cap off. I don't know whether it's your photo, muck in ther or what, but i don't see a normal spline. check what spline you have before you get a tool. This is a normal one. make sure you get one with a hole big enough to clear the axle:
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It might be easier to remove the sideplate with the cassette still attached, then remove the cassette afterwards because then the axle won't bother you.
it won't do any harm. That gear sort of noise you get at high load and low rpm is the commution (controller pulses). You solve that with a sine-wave controller.Hi thanks just paid is it worth greasing the gears in side the hub now ive got the wheel of some times when i pull away with the throttle i get a noise coming from hub
It was new - direct from the factory. It just had the extra added ingredient (cat ****). I'm very pleased that it's sorted. Now I can concentrate on solving my own problems, like where to get a decent 4k G-sync monitor from, which is the most frustrating problem I've tried to solve in years.thanks vfr400 for your help well happy with the cassette its like new