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  1. Identify your hub model and proceed to the corresponding steps listed below.
    • Identify your hub model and proceed to the corresponding steps listed below.

    • SL Hub see Steps 2 to 4

    • E*Spec Race see Steps 5 to 7

    • LG1 Race DH 7 Speed see Step 8

    • XCX Gravel see Steps 9 to 11

    • XCX Race MTB see Step 12

  2. XD™ Freehubs do not require an outer freehub spacer, though many of our other models do. If installing an XD Driver please ensure that no spacer is installed between the outer freehub bearing and Drive-side axle end.
    • XD™ Freehubs do not require an outer freehub spacer, though many of our other models do. If installing an XD Driver please ensure that no spacer is installed between the outer freehub bearing and Drive-side axle end.

  3. This HG Freehub requires an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end. This HG Freehub requires an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.
    • This HG Freehub requires an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.

  4. Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end. Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.
    • Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.

  5. XD™ Freehubs do not require an outer freehub spacer, though many of our other models do. If installing an XD Driver please ensure that no spacer is installed between the outer freehub bearing and Drive-side axle end.
    • XD™ Freehubs do not require an outer freehub spacer, though many of our other models do. If installing an XD Driver please ensure that no spacer is installed between the outer freehub bearing and Drive-side axle end.

  6. This HG Freehub requires an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end. This HG Freehub requires an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.
    • This HG Freehub requires an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.

  7. Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end. Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.
    • Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.

  8. LG1 7 Speed Hubs are only compatible with our 7 Speed Integrated Cassette/Drivers, and are not able to be converted to other freehub standards.
    • LG1 7 Speed Hubs are only compatible with our 7 Speed Integrated Cassette/Drivers, and are not able to be converted to other freehub standards.

    • There are currently two compatible Cassette/Drivers which can be used with our LG1 7 Speed Hubs; FWS10-104 which has a 9-21T range; and our newly released FWS20-121 with an updated 9-24T range.

  9. XCX Gravel Freehub Body Sleeves which go between your freehub body and hubshell are specific to freehub model. Please ensure you are using the correct one for your specific freehub as shown in the diagram.
    • XCX Gravel Freehub Body Sleeves which go between your freehub body and hubshell are specific to freehub model. Please ensure you are using the correct one for your specific freehub as shown in the diagram.

  10. XCX Gravel Freehub Body Sleeves which go between your freehub body and hubshell are specific to freehub model. Please ensure you are using the correct one for your specific freehub as shown in the diagram.
    • XCX Gravel Freehub Body Sleeves which go between your freehub body and hubshell are specific to freehub model. Please ensure you are using the correct one for your specific freehub as shown in the diagram.

  11. XCX Gravel Freehub Body Sleeves which go between your freehub body and hubshell are specific to freehub model. Please ensure you are using the correct one for your specific freehub as shown in the diagram.
    • XCX Gravel Freehub Body Sleeves which go between your freehub body and hubshell are specific to freehub model. Please ensure you are using the correct one for your specific freehub as shown in the diagram.

  12. Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end. XD™ Freehubs do not require an outer freehub spacer, though many of our other models do. If installing an XD Driver please ensure that no spacer is installed between the outer freehub bearing and Drive-side axle end.
    • Microspline™ freehubs require an outer washer/spacer. These are directional and the side shown in the second image should be facing away from your freehub body towards the Driveside (R) Axle-end.

    • XD™ Freehubs do not require an outer freehub spacer, though many of our other models do. If installing an XD Driver please ensure that no spacer is installed between the outer freehub bearing and Drive-side axle end.

Conclusion

Thanks for reading, now get out there and ride!

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