Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Pagosa Springs, CO, USA
Bikes: Road, MTB, Cruiser, Chopper, BMX
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Most likely all you had to do was go through the cable adjustment as per instructions.
Those hubs are very durable and don't need service often. The bad news is if you damage or lose any parts while trying to service it, you may have a tough time sourcing them.
By the gear being "stuck", do you mean it won't turn or you can't remove it? It should only move in one direction anyway. It is held on by a snap ring that must be pried off, then the cog just lifts off.
Originally Posted by ahsposo
Ski, bike and wish I was gay.