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DT Swiss 240s Hub Service Repair

These freehubs are known as tool-less 'making it easily serviceable without tools!' The freehub body can be pulled off (with or without removing the cassette) first removing the adapter; this has a rubber seal inside and slides on/off the axle holding the freehub body in place.  The freehub body can then be pulled off,  the inside can be cleaned using a tooth sized brush. Inspecting both star ratchets and ring-nut for damage, replacing parts were necessary and lightly regress parts using only DT Swiss recommended special grease,  this make's it run smother and last longer.
Removing adapter Drive side 
You may find the adapter is not always easy to pull off and I have found dropping the wheel in to an axle vice by gripping the adapter and pull the wheel using both hands upwards, will pull the adapter off without any damage.
Freehub removed 
Parts removed from hub, ready for cleaning and inspecting for wear.  Parts could be from a Swiss watch!
All hubs, bottom brackets and …


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