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Kinetix comp 20 rear wheel hub assembly diagram

Old 07-30-21, 11:44 PM
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Kinetix comp 20 rear wheel hub assembly diagram

Does anyone have the Kinetix comp 20 rear wheel hub assembly diagram or photos? The bike is a Tern Link P9
I disassembled the rear wheel hub to re-grease the bearings. I had arranged the components in the order of removal on the table.

My little helper rearranged them when I stepped away to take a phone call:-).

I having problems fitting the dust boot and dust caps.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks..
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Is it not a normal rear hub with 18 ball bearings?
You won't find a diagram for the exact brand and model, but the one I had on a Dahon looks very generic. It's simply 6 pieces to put onto the axle: a cone on both sides, lock nut on both sides, and dust cap on both sides.
The parts for the drive side and non drive side will look different from each other, but I thought it was quite easy to differentiate based on how they would fit, and usually you don't disassemble the drive side, only the non drive side.

If you really can't tell, why don't you simply swap the parts and see which ones fit? Since the dust cap is logically determined, you only have to swap 4 parts, the 2 lock nuts and 2 cones. That gives you 4 possible combinations.
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