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Old 09-15-13, 07:13 PM
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Campagnolo 10 speed cassette query

Hi all.
Picked up some parts from a man, and he threw this in (excuse the poor photography)



It is a Campy 10 speed cassette (11-23).
My knowledge of campy freehubs and cassettes is clearly limited. When i got home, i realised that this cassette is missing a... small black thing (pawl?)



At least i'm assuming there are meant to be 3.
Is this salvageable? is it worth salvaging and perhaps selling? Does Campagnolo sell these parts aftermarket? Is it functional with 2 out of 3 'small black things'?
Thanks in advance
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Your cassette is still attached to the freehub shell, which is supposed to be attached to the hub. You need a lock ring tool and probably a chainwhip or some other way to hold the cassette stationary while you unscrew the lockring. Once it's apart you'll have the cassette and freehub shell to do with what you like (the missing pawl is easily replaceable).
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Originally Posted by onespeedbiker View Post
Your cassette is still attached to the freehub shell, which is supposed to be attached to the hub. You need a lock ring tool and probably a chainwhip or some other way to hold the cassette stationary while you unscrew the lockring. Once it's apart you'll have the cassette and freehub shell to do with what you like (the missing pawl is easily replaceable).
Ah it all makes sense now. Shows how much I know about campy haha, i thought all their cassettes came like that. I wondered why the pawls were exposed. Thanks mate, much appreciated.
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Pawls can be easily found online. Look at the design of the two still present to be sure you purchase the correct design. Here is the result of a quick search on Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...agnolo%20pawls

Looks to be a Chorus or Record cassette per the largest 4 cogs mounted to carriers.

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