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Hi, Repacking a Campy 8-speed cassette

Hi,Repacking a Campy 8-speed cassette hub. Have a challenging time getting the rachetting mechanism (dogs and springs on the axle) back into the hub shell even with the Campy-supplied clip. I can load the axle assembly with the keeper clip installed but then have difficulty getting the axle all the way back in with the rachet seated in the hub shell. Is there a technique for reinstalling the rachet assembly into the hub shell?Thanks,

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