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I'm noticing I have some flex in my rear wheel and its also causing my possible problem with my rear disc to rub against the pads when I get on the bike, but its fine on the stand. I want to make sure its not the hub causing this flex, but this is my first time doing this. What is the proper procedure? Oh and I included a diagram if it will help. Thanks!
 

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Got it. Thanks

For future reference if anyone knows how to properly adjust this rear hub, can you provide me the proper steps?
 

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Does your set of xc ones have a preload adjustment sleeve? It should sit inside the rotor side end cap and you can rotate it with a small allen key to add or release some bearing preload. But as mentioned by other posters, no clunk means proper adjustment.
 

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Reviving an old thread here... Ok so my Easton XC One rear hub IS clunking when moving it side-to-side. Do I use the +/- adjusters on either side of the hub to tighten and tune this out? Thanks!
 

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Found it. Just turn the pre-load adjuster clockwise a bit using the end of a spanner tool and done!
 
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