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  • Hunt trailwide hub service,,, how?
  • oreetmon
    Free Member

    Need info on how to service them I may have missed it but can’t seem to find it on hunt site, YouTube etc.

    250miles/2mnths old and the free hub (pawls/ratchet?) started skipping under power last night on the way home.

    Last week I found that the end caps had loosened after a couple of wet night rides and I’m hoping that a bit of Shoite has got in and it just needs a clean.

    Hopefully sort the problem myself rather than mess about sending wheel back under warranty.

    Any advice much appreciated

    Full Member

    That new I think I’d probably warranty it

    Free Member

    True, but,
    I’m concerned that it may be dismissed as user error.

    If end caps loosening has caused ingress of shoite then it could be argued that it is my fault.

    If I can service it and all is well then it’s a problem avoided.

    Free Member

    They’re just rebadged Novatec hubs, IIRC, so if you search for how to service those you might find something.


    Full Member

    End caps shouldn’t loosen though. Hunt are very good for CS, ping them a FB message now and you might even get a response by the time you head for a snooze!

    Free Member

    Just figured out how to dismantle hub, it’s not looking good.

    Have pinged hunt, will up date after contact.

    I don’t do Facebook.

    Full Member

    A mate had the freehub fail on his Hunt wheels.
    Hunt sorted it quickly when they looked at the hub as it had a manufacturing defect.

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