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15 hours ago, droo said:

Stans = Lyne JB01 = Chosen.

The drive side end cap on these hubs should thread on to the axle, so something's not lekker here.

 

OP - see here for reassembly instructions, if the threads don't engage get yourself a new axle and end cap while you're about it.

Thanks I'll have a look later today

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10 hours ago, Mountain Bru said:

While we're talking about this, I want to service my freehub, which is also on a Lyne JB01, so I expect it's the same even though it's a microspline one. What lube would you guys recommend once everything is nice and clean? (looking for a brand/product, not just "lightweight grease")

or the prawls. It works well...

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On 8/3/2021 at 4:51 PM, droo said:

Stans = Lyne JB01 = Chosen.

The drive side end cap on these hubs should thread on to the axle, so something's not lekker here.

 

OP - see here for reassembly instructions, if the threads don't engage get yourself a new axle and end cap while you're about it.

Thanks for the link to the tech manual. I took my cassette off the freehub this morning....there are no threads on the axle for the end cap to screw onto. The only threads are on the freehub body itself which the cassette screws onto.

Looking at the end cap it does look like there is a cut-out / space for a circlip or something similar but looking at the assembly I'm not sure how it would actually fix the endcap to the axle.

I think my one may just be designed to slip on and off.🤷‍♂️

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On 8/3/2021 at 3:44 PM, Mountain Bru said:

Not sure about rapide, but I'm fairly certain Lyne uses Chosen hubs.

Also looks like is says "cho" and "sen" on the freehub.

@travisza If it's a chosen freehub, email the dudes at Lyne. Their customer service is on point, so they should be able to help you out

Contacted the guys at Lyne, and unfortunately they don't sell the spares as a loose item however they did offer to send me some second hand pawls they had lying around at no charge....pretty happy with that. 👍

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2 hours ago, travisza said:

Contacted the guys at Lyne, and unfortunately they don't sell the spares as a loose item however they did offer to send me some second hand pawls they had lying around at no charge....pretty happy with that. 👍

That is really lekker of them. Below is what it costs for pawls and springs for my hub that I mentioned before.

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27 minutes ago, HenryS said:

That is really lekker of them. Below is what it costs for pawls and springs for my hub that I mentioned before.

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Yeah 100%...its cost me the R65 shipping to get them to JHB. They have won a future customer.

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3 hours ago, travisza said:

Yeah 100%...its cost me the R65 shipping to get them to JHB. They have won a future customer.

Yup. Those guys are legends. Its rare to say this, but it's a pleasure to give them money when you see how good their customer service is. 

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