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    Rear hub assembly - Roval Carbon 29

    I was changing tires when my rear cassette came off and I can't figure out which direction these two pieces go back in to let the wheel spin freely when not pedaling. I think I've tried every configuration, but I can't get the wheel to spin without the cranks moving too. Anyone have a diagram?

    Sent from my Android - because Carrier Pigeons are slow!

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    Never mind! I found another spring on the ground that was missing from the assembly. The geared sides of each of those pieces in my hand face one another with the smooth sides facing out and the springs go on both sides during reassembly. Works like a charm when you use all the pieces!

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    Grease them while you have them apart and again when you start to notice them clicking louder. DtSwiss grease.

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