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Campagnolo cassette cog spacer order.

Old 03-14-15, 08:51 AM
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Campagnolo cassette cog spacer order.

I've must have messed up the order of the spacers on my 10 speed cassette. It has 2 thick black big spacers, one yellowish clear thick spacer and one big thin spacer. And the other 4 are small thick round spacers. Where ever I put the thin spacer the chain skips on that cog. What is the order of the spacers, where does the thin spacer go? Thanks
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Old 03-14-15, 09:38 AM
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Here you go - you'll find the spacers have the identifier marked on them, though it is sometimes hard to read.
A set of verniers, if you have them, will let you measure, if you can't read the identifier ...



Don't forget that the lockring torque, contrary to widely-held opinion *does matter* so please ensure it's locked down to 40 nm

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This link from Campagnolo has a lot of info.

https://www.campagnolo.com/media/file...V00__09_14.pdf

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