Locate your hub's serial number

The various Classified components are labelled with a serial number. You can find the serial number on the sticker on the components, behind S/N: xxxxxxx In this article we explain the location of the serial number of the Powershift hub and how to remove the component from your bike to be able to check the number.


1. Location of the serial number

2. How to remove the Powershift hub from the bike


a) Shift the Powershift hub to the 1:1 ratio and shift the cassette to the smallest sprocket using the rear derailleur.

b) Remove the wheel from the bicycle as you would remove any traditional wheel by removing the smart thru axle:

  1. Declutch the rear derailleur by setting the clutch to off.
  2. Turn the smart thru axle anti-clockwise (1).
  3. Pull the smart thru axle out of the wheel (2).
  4. Push the rear derailleur backwards and carefully remove the wheel from the bicycle (3).

c) Remove the end cap (6) on the side of the brake disc.

d) Unscrew the hubshell lock ring (7) using the lock ring tool.

e) Pull the Powershift hub (8) out of the hubshell.

f) You can find the serial number on the hub. It is indicated with S/N:

g) To reinstall the hub, place the Powershift hub into the hubshell and complete the installation in the reverse order of removal. The recommended hubshell lock ring tightening torque is minimum 30 Nm and maximum 40 Nm.

h) Reinstall the end cap on the disc brake side.

i) Carefully install the wheel in the bicycle.

j) Install the smart thru axle, ensuring that the thru axle lever points towards the handlebar unit. Make sure not to overtighten the smart thru axle. We advise to tighten to 15 Nm, meaning hand tight.


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