I've got a Sram PG 970 cassette on a WTB freehub. The cogs are gouging the splines of the freehub. It appears the torque load is being transferred to the freehub by individual cogs instead of being spread over the entire interface between the cassette and the freehub splines. What gives? Is it supposed to work that way? It's definitely taking a toll on my freehub splines. Because of the way it's constructed, I know the XT cassette on my other bike spreads out the load.
I was going to email Sram about it but apparently they don't want customers bothering them- I couldn't find an email address on their website.
Your thoughts, please.
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