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Old 03-10-05, 12:02 AM   #1
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Chris King ISO hub question

I have recently broken in a new pair of CK ISO Disc Hubs and have attempted to do the recommended adjustment on them, BUT, on the rear wheel I cant seem to get it to do what King says to do on their website. It says to advance the "adjusting cone" until there is no play. Well herein lies the problem, the adjusting cone on the instructions look nothing like what I am looking at on my hubs and YES I am looking at the right set of instructions on the correct side of the hub. What I see is some kind of colar or clamp with a hex nut holding it tight and this isnt shown on the CK instructions, with either the instructions that are with the hubs or the instructions on their website. As a result I cannot adjust the play out of the rear hub. Anyone with experience with this CK hub? Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
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