Ratchet driver stuck

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5/29/2015 10:43 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/29/2015 10:44 AM

once I pull the bolt and the collar off, I attempt to pull the driver off in the way described in the pdf I found on gsport's website. instead the driver/axle collar spacer comes off and the driver won't pull past the end of the axle and it appears to be pulling another piece up with it. I'm not sure what it is but based on the diagram I'm guessing it's the needle bearing raceway. it looks very similar to the driver/axle spacer that pulls out (from what I can see). any help would be appreciated.

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5/29/2015 10:45 AM

Gsport ratchet hub sucks /thread

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5/29/2015 10:49 AM

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after taking off the bolt and collar:
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after pulling on driver. the axle/driver spacer is about to come off.
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after pulling off the spacer
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this is as far as it goes
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5/29/2015 10:51 AM

OneGuyIlluminatiEye wrote:

Gsport ratchet hub sucks /thread

predictable and unnecessary comment. go make a thread about how you're a bigot lol

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5/29/2015 10:52 AM

That's very strange... Maybe put a little 3 in 1 on the other side and work it back and forth. I highly doubt the axle bent, but in these situations, its possible. Maybe the bushing is a little stuck.

Just put a little oil back there and try to work it out.

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5/29/2015 11:02 AM

MaximusBikes wrote:

That's very strange... Maybe put a little 3 in 1 on the other side and work it back and forth. I highly doubt the axle bent, but in these situations, its possible. Maybe the bushing is a little stuck.

Just put a little oil back there and try to work it out.

I put some oil back there and used a couple flatheads to pry it out of the shell evenly. it was seized on there pretty good but I eventually got it. it's probably cus I have the aluminum axle instead of the chromo one. thanks dude.

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5/29/2015 12:08 PM

MaximusBikes wrote:

That's very strange... Maybe put a little 3 in 1 on the other side and work it back and forth. I highly doubt the axle bent, but in these situations, its possible. Maybe the bushing is a little stuck.

Just put a little oil back there and try to work it out.

ticaleb wrote:

I put some oil back there and used a couple flatheads to pry it out of the shell evenly. it was seized on there pretty good but I eventually got it. it's probably cus I have the aluminum axle instead of the chromo one. thanks dude.

No problem dude! I had the same problem with my past hubs. But that's whats good for me.

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5/29/2015 2:42 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/29/2015 3:52 PM

I slightly damaged end of my aluminium axle and made pulling driver off a pain, file slightly on the edge of the axle. Should solve your problem.

Disregard that, i didnt read you fixed it but will leave my comment for someone else.

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5/30/2015 8:47 PM

cool beans

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