- Freehub Failure?
If you know what you’re doing and you have the tools take it apart and have a look if all the pawls are in place or just if anything seems amiss. Generally hubs are not that complicated although there might be little pieces that can get lost easily. Otherwise take the cassette and tyre off and take it down your lbs.Posted 5 months agomcnultycopSubscriber
That’s the hubs I had on my Canyon. They are the renamed from something else in DT Swiss’ range but I’ve just checked through my emails and can’t find it right now.
It was pawls on mine but I got a full rebuild kit (but got the LBS to do it), I think from Just Riding Along.Posted 5 months agotorsoinalakeMember
DT Swiss hubs on cheaper wheelsets are very often rebranded Onyx hubs. Two pawls, single circular spring, made of cheese.
If so, manual:
and spares:Posted 5 months agoPeterPoddyMember
Two pawls, single circular spring, made of cheese.
Not so. They’re good hubs and every single part is available as a spare. Easy to strip and rebuild with a minimum of tools too. I’ve literally just finished doing one.Posted 5 months ago
OP – if you’re unsure, go to a decent LBS. They can get the parts from Madison and do it for you.
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