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I want to adjust the rear hub of my Campagnolo wheel. (There is a bit of play on it.) On the left side, I find a black ("plastic") cap that is secured by a srew. Undoing this, I dont find any nut or something else to hold onto.... On the right side there is a nut just sticking out of the sprocket but since I don't have anything to hold onto on the left... Do I make myself clear? Thanks for your response. Harrie vdH

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6.Remove the shaft-nut retainer clip, if it is present, and keep for later use. Remove the shaft nut, which holds the wheel to the shaft.
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