Replacement End Caps for Disc Hubs

$30.00

Need different caps for your HiFi Fidelity Disc hubs?  Well, you’ve come to the right place. Note that these end caps are compatible with all HiFi Disc wheel models except for our BOOST hubs and our B-Side OEM wheels (which are QR only).

Our hubs are designed to be durable and versatile; changing between QR and thru axle setups is easy. Simply choose what size end caps you need, and whether you are running the centerlock or 6-bolt version of our hubs.

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Instructions:

To replace the front end caps, simply pull off the caps you are removing, and push on the end caps you need, making sure not to pinch the o-ring that surrounds the end cap.

Fidelity M Disc Rear hubs: The Fidelity M Disc hubs have a serial number that starts with Y41 (or Y42 for Boost). You can find the serial number on the rear hub flange, near the freehub body. On these 102T hub systems, the pawls are on the freehub itself. The rear end caps simply pull off. If you aren’t able to do this by hand, you may want to use a vise grip and axle vise. Simply pull off the end caps you want to replace, and push on the replacement caps. NOTE: This is also how you would remove the freehub body. If you do remove the freehub, make sure that the spacer between the freehub’s bearings and the hub body’s bearings remains in place when you reassemble. Otherwise the freehub body will bind when you try to spin it.

Fidelity R Disc Rear hubs: The Fidelity R Disc hubs have a serial number that starts with Y35. You can find the serial number on the rear hub flange, near the freehub body. These 30T hub systems have the pawls in the hub body. To replace the rear axle, you’ll need to insert two 5mm Allen wrenches (QR) or use two 17mm cone wrenches (12mm rear thru axle) to loosen and remove the existing axle. Unthread the cap on the non-drive side, and remove the entire axle. This is also how you would remove the freehub body. If you do remove the freehub — make sure that the spacer between the freehub’s bearings and the hub body’s bearings remains in place when you reassemble. Otherwise the freehub body will bind when you try to spin it.

Insert the replacement axle, and tighten down to 6nm, as printed on the axle caps. Again, make sure the replacement axle passes through the spacer that sits between the freehub body bearings and the bearings in the hub shell.