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    XX1 Rear D - Accidental Diassembly

    I'm an idiot I know . After 2 weeks in a row of heavy mud races, I thought it was time to take the rear derailleur off the bike and do some serious cleaning. Well, I starting taking bolts out and I think I went too far. Can I re-assemble this or does a shop need to do it? I can't seem to get it back together with the spring coiled up tight enough if that makes sense. Hopefully taking this apart doesn't meaning I have ruined the derailleur......



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    Here's overhaul instructions I've used for my X-9 clutch. Looks like the XX1 is somewhat similar. I'm guessing you should be able to figure out how to put it back together with this.

    SRAM Type 2 Overhaul | Bicycling Australia

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    Awesome. Thanks!

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