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Old 01-19-08, 05:28 PM
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front XTR hub pulling loose?..............

a few months ago i replaced my front wheel. the hub is an XTR 960. today i confirmed that the front wheel pulls loose slightly...when i release the skewer the forks drop in slightly.

i've never noticed this with any other hub....is the solution as simple as tightening the skewer a bit more?

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The solution is to always do up the QR with the front wheel on the ground and the weight of the bike over it.
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Originally Posted by operator View Post
The solution is to always do up the QR with the front wheel on the ground and the weight of the bike over it.

thanx i never would have figured that one out !

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