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    How tight should an ENO cog be?

    I just installed a White Industries ENO 19t rear cog. My ACS Claw 20t spun off my Spot hub once I broke it loose. The Eno had to be wrenched on. I made sure I was not cross threading it. Is that normal?

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    It went all the way on though, right?

    If it went all the way on, it'll be ok. You're going to need a pretty serious lever to get it off though.

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    Bonking ... not feelin' well

    Hopefully all will be ok.....???

    My ENO's thread on just as smoothly and easily as the ACS/Shimano's on me Surly hubs, no "wrenching" required 'til the last bit of snug up.

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    Probably just a case of a combination of very tight tolerances on the threading of your hub and the White f/w vs looser tolerances by ACS and others. Not everyone manufactures to the same tolerance.

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