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Product code: 12107
Direct replacement Echo TR 116mm Rear Hub axles from Echo.
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I have a onza blade wheelset will this fit the back as a replacement as my axle has snaped thanks lee
Posted by Lee on 31/12/2013
Reply from TartyBikes on 02/01/2014
Hi Lee - thanks for your question. This axle will not fit your hub. They require a T-Master '07 axle (the one with the external threads for the end caps). We are currently out of stock of these, unfortunately, though will have some in soon with our next batch of products from our supplier. Thanks, Flipp.
hi, when will these be back in stock? thanks a lot
Posted by alastair on 13/12/2014
Reply from TartyBikes on 15/12/2014
Hi Alastair - thanks for your question. Unfortunately we are unlikely to be getting any more of these in stock. They are not usually available separately, and we can only get hold of them very occasionally. Thanks, Flipp.
I have a echo tr hub. The wheel bolt broke that screws into the axle. Part of that bolt is stuck inside and can't remove without probably using a extracting screw and maybe drilling. Replacing with this 116mm axle seems like it would be good to go. Is there any special tool needed to remove the axle off the hub ? Can I do this without needing to remove hub from wheel?
Posted by Victor on 23/04/2018
Reply from TartyBikes on 24/04/2018
Hi Victor - Sorry to hear you've had problems with your axle bolts. Usually the broken part of an axle bolt will come out fairly easily as it's not under tension any more, but if that's not the case then you would need to use an 'easy out' or extracting screw. If there's a little bit of bolt still standing proud of the axle you could also try hacksawing a line/groove into it and using a flat-head screwdriver. In terms of replacing the axle, this is super easy - you simply use a mallet to tap the axle out of the hub. When you're reinstalling the axle, you ideally need to use a socket or something similar that can fit on the OUTER race of the bearing that will have come out along with the axle. You can then tap this back into place, and in doing so you'll re-install the axle to the correct point in the hub. Thanks, Mark
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