Old 10-27-19, 12:59 PM
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The first thing I would do is disassemble it enough that you can get to the wires/terminals.

Then attach either a voltmeter, or your lights, lock it in a truing stand, and give the wheel a spin.

Is it generating?

If all you need is a little plastic ring, I'd talk to SP (or a local dealer) about just getting the part you need. Much easier than 2-way shipping and disassembling a wheel.

Or, ask a couple of dealers if they have some damaged hubs that might have the part you need.
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