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    Sram PG-990/WTB LL hub problem

    My new Sram cassette PG-990, has rivets that drag on the hub body of my WTB LL hub. I put the new cassette on my old Shimano hub and it works fine. Is there some sort of spacer I can use to get the cassette to work with my hub? Hate to make a paper weight of such nice piece of machinery. BTW, the new combo on another hub seems much smoother than old shimano parts.

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    WTB/AM classic give you a Spacer with their hubs.
    If you did not recieve one, then ask for one from where you bought the hub(Mike garcia? He would have given you one...).
    But either way, that does sound weird, I would have thought the Sram would not have been a problem?

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    After firing off an email to Mike Garcia, I found the spacer he had sent me with the spare spoke for each wheel. Never thought I have a reason to use the spacer and forgot about it. Should have known that he would have all the bases covered.
    Thanks to all, especially odds and endos

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