- refitting hope pro 2 pawls
Fit the springs in first,don’t try pushing them down into the hole, rather push them into the slot, slide the tip into the hole and rotate it in if that makes sense(easier to do than describe on a keyboard). Once the spring is located then depress it’s tang with a small screwdriver blade and slot the pawl in place.Posted 9 years agobillyboySubscriber
Did your pawls give you jip early? I had problems with a Hope Pro 2 that I bought in April 2008. Three of the four leaf springs busted over new year on me. I have one of the real clicky Pro 2’s from 2007 which is still going strong from 2007 without giving me any nonsense.
Faulty batch?Posted 9 years ago
No I think the bearings in the freehub went first causing the pawls and springs to get damaged, unfortunately I was on holiday at the time so kept riding carefully, when I came to take it apart there were bits everywhere, hence the confusion as to where stuff went. I have heard that the springs can go easily, they are quite delicate so I can see how they wouldn’t last long. Easy and cheap to change though.Posted 9 years ago
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