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Start by lightly greasing the threads and splines of the XD driver. Install the aluminum cassette piece on the XD driver. Make sure the aluminum cassette carrier is fully seated and sitting flush.
  • Start by lightly greasing the threads and splines of the XD driver.

  • Install the aluminum cassette piece on the XD driver.

    • Make sure the aluminum cassette carrier is fully seated and sitting flush.

  • Using a torque wrench with a T25, tighten the pinch bolt on the collar of the aluminum carrier to 4Nm.

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Lightly grease the connecting prongs on the aluminum carrier. Grease the tip of the XD driver and the inner diameter of the 9-14t cogs  before installing. Don't be shy, apply liberally! **Do Not Remove Plastic Bushing** Grease the tip of the XD driver and the inner diameter of the 9-14t cogs  before installing. Don't be shy, apply liberally! **Do Not Remove Plastic Bushing**
  • Lightly grease the connecting prongs on the aluminum carrier.

  • Grease the tip of the XD driver and the inner diameter of the 9-14t cogs before installing. Don't be shy, apply liberally! **Do Not Remove Plastic Bushing**

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Push down firmly on the steel portion of the cassette to slide it down onto the XD driver. You may need to wiggle it slightly to get it to seat fully. The steel portion of the cassette only installs in one position. Note the small tang on the steel piece needs to slide into the small clearance slot in the aluminum piece.
  • Push down firmly on the steel portion of the cassette to slide it down onto the XD driver. You may need to wiggle it slightly to get it to seat fully.

  • The steel portion of the cassette only installs in one position. Note the small tang on the steel piece needs to slide into the small clearance slot in the aluminum piece.

  • Make sure the largest steel sprocket (28T) is sitting flush against the aluminum piece.

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Using a chainwhip, turn the steel sprocket assembly clockwise to lock it in place. Line the key on the steel sprocket assembly up with the lock arrow on the aluminum cogs to ensure the two pieces are fully locked together.
  • Using a chainwhip, turn the steel sprocket assembly clockwise to lock it in place.

  • Line the key on the steel sprocket assembly up with the lock arrow on the aluminum cogs to ensure the two pieces are fully locked together.

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Conclusion

Thanks for reading, now get out there and ride!

Cory Sullivan

Member since: 03/08/2017

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