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Shimano FH-1055 Rear hub assembly

Old 10-10-17, 05:15 AM
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Shimano FH-1055 Rear hub assembly

Hi there,

I have an old Shimano FH-1055 REAR hub which I have dismounted it and now I cannot figure out the order of reassembly for the spacers/cones/washers (I know, stupid me that I have not take care in the first place)

The biggest issue is on the cassette side where I have 4 or 5 separate pieces.
Not sure if relevant but note that the cassete is 7 speed and has no dirt seal (like I saw on other cassettes).

I cannot post any link to a photo of the hub but it is an old one (I belive 90's)

Is there any chance some of you have an "exploded" schema of the hub.

Thanks.
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When you're servicing a rear hub, usually there's no reason to take the right-side cone and locknut off the axle. So I would recommend leaving the whole right end alone next time, apart from cleaning it off.

Do you have a Uniglide cassette on the hub?

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Old 10-10-17, 08:43 AM
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Thanks for your reply.

I know that "usually" this should not happen but unfortunately the harm was done.

I believe I have a HyperGlide cassete because this is written on the sprockets.
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Old 10-10-17, 05:58 PM
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Usually it is cone, spacer, washer and lock nut. If you have mixed all of the spacers etc up, then the NDS side is usually just cone, washer and lock nut. Everything else goes on the drive side.
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next time you disassemble something that might not go back together easily, or may be apart so long that you can't recall HOW it goes back together, take PICTURES of the parts as they came out, or place the parts in ORDER of disassembly in something like an egg carton, or make a board with multiple nails only pounded a bit into the board, or in the case of engine valves, a board with holes thru it... etc.
when doing a quick turn around job, i lay the parts out in order on a shop towel or portion of the work bench that will not be disturbed....

at this point, your best bet is to locate an exploded view of the hub assy. online...
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i ran across this while looking around for an exploded view... the images show enough to achieve correct assembly...

VeloBase.com - Component: Shimano FH-1055 / HB-1055, 105SC

105sc is the same axle assy, by the way...
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Shimano Techdocs used to be easy to navigate. My suggestion is to google for images for FH-1055. I couldn't find the exploded view for that hub, but there is one for RSX 100 on a German site. With those hubs, parts is parts as far as what goes where in what sequence.

Too tough to link to an image from that site.

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