This is a legacy product, and is no longer available. This page covers installation of the legacy Campagnolo freehub on a legacy KICKR v1 (2014) or v2 (2016).
Please see instructions for KICKR MOVE, KICKR v4 (2018)+, or CORE if installing on these trainers.
Installation on KICKR '14 & KICKR '16
- Torque Wrench with 17mm socket (capable of 6 Nm)
- 17mm Wrench (optional)
Important Torque Settings:
- Black Axle Nut: 6Nm
- The stock freehub can be removed with or without the cassette installed. If you choose to remove the cassette prior to removing the freehub, follow these instructions: Changing the Cassette.
- Remove the external black nut with the 17mm wrench. Set this aside to use again.
- Remove the spacer behind the nut. Set this aside to use again.
- Remove the existing freehub.
- If there is a spacer remaining on the axle, remove it. Save this with the Shimano freehub you just removed.
- Install the spacer that came with the Campagnolo freehub.
- Remove the retaining ring from the Campagnolo freehub.
- Install the freehub on the axle. Twist counter clockwise to help the pawls fall into place. You should not be able to see the pawls.
- Re-install the spacer removed in step 3.
- Re-install the nut removed in step 2.
- Torque the nut to precisely 6Nm.
IMPORTANT: Over-torquing the nut may cause damage to the bearings. If you do not have a torque wrench, your local bike shop most certainly will!
Note: The black, rubber dust seal mentioned in the video is no longer in use. Please install the Campagnolo Freehub without this dust seal.
Installing the Cassette:
Once your freehub is installed , install your cassette on the freehub like shown in the video below (instructions start at 1:20):
You're now ready to mount your bike and get KICKN!