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    Loose non-drive end cap on older Hugi Hub?

    Well thats about it, I have a loose end cap on the non drive side of my older hugi rear hub. Has anyone rebuilt these? I have looked at the website manuals and so forth and it looks like some work. I have been working on bikes since I was 5 (I'm 32 now) so I'm not afraid to pop it open, I'd just like some insight.

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    How old?
    Are you talking about the seal cover or the piece that caps the axle and fits the dropout?
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    Mid 90's hubs, the old polished ones. the axle cap that fits the dropout.

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    I have a set of those at home. I'll take a look. I seem to remember it fits on with a sprung ring or o-ring, but I'll look to be sure.
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    Ok, so the end cap just snaps on I guess, just like the cassette rotor. That is just crazy.

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