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    Stans ZTR Wheelset issues

    I have a Stans ZTR 3.30/ Crest Wheelset and I am finding when the wheels are in my bike the is side to side movement on the rear hub and a small amount on the front hub. The wheels feel like they click side to side. Anyone else have these issues with these hubs and know how to fix it?

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    There's no preload adjustment. So the bearings must be bad.

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    I don't have that problem with my wheels. I would call Stan's. I hear they're easy to work with.
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    Have u checked the quick release, and the lock ring that tightens the casette?

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    Stans Crests

    Yes, my wifes almost new Stans Crests have a bit of side play. Local bike Expert says there is no bearing adjust. I plan to call Stans and check.

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    I had same thing with hope pro2 front hub. Was an issue with the internal spacer.

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    Stans Crests

    Thanks folks, I will check out the spacer idea.

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    I had the Same issue with my rear 3.30, talked with Stan's for a bit and found out I had a few bearings go out. The hubs are very easy to maintain if you want to just take them apart and check the internal bearings it's not to bad.

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    Ok cool, thanks for the info.

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