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Dura-Ace cog thread to origin8 hub?

Old 03-08-19, 12:11 AM
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Dura-Ace cog thread to origin8 hub?

Have I mentioned that I just got a Dura-Ace cog yet?
Yeah so just want to make sure that it will thread onto my Origin8 hub properly and not have to worry about anything. If it doesn't thread on properly I'm fine with waiting until I buy new hubs.
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Should be just fine.
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You should be just fine just make sure you grease your threads tighten it down properly and use a lockring. If you notice it is hard to thread on initially back it right off and make sure you are threading it properly. Threaded items shouldn't be hard to thread into other threaded parts ever (unless using a thread locking compound) so if you notice a lot of resistance you might have a problem.
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I have this exact thing on my FG. It’s fine.
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