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Play in outlaw rear hub with set down axle

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Nagaredama, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. Nagaredama

    Nagaredama Turbo Monkey

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    I just bought the (http://www.azonicusa.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=52_41&products_id=116) 12mm to 3/8" bolt on step down axle for my Outlaws. The problem is the tolerances aren't exactly great. There is play between the axle and the hub. The wheel moves ever so slightly on the axle. Everything is assembled correctly and tightened down nicely. Anyone else have this problem? If not, I'll call Azonic in the morning.
     
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  2. Kntr

    Kntr Turbo Monkey

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    I used the step down 12mm to 3/8" and had no play. Call the big A.
     
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    fiddy_ryder Turbo Monkey

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    yah theres a problem.. no play in mine either.
     
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  4. Nagaredama

    Nagaredama Turbo Monkey

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    I talked with Azonic and they were baffled by the problem. On Thursday I will be heading out there to have them look at it. If they can't figure it out they are going to give me a new rear wheel. So far their customer service gets a big :thumb: Whew now I'm lame for using those things.

    I will let everyone know what the result is.
     
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  5. ViciousDHer

    ViciousDHer eBay vigilante

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    I've had NO problems with mine. Yea Azonic customer service is awsome !!
     
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