I have a Campagnolo type freehub from about 2012. I'm trying to buy a new pawl spring for it.
The campagnolo part number is FH-RE114 and it has been the same part number for a long time even though I believe the thickness of the spring changed in 2013.
I've seen several sellers and some buyers mention the diameter as being approx 24mm.
The thing is the spring I have has a diameter of 20mm.
If I could just walk into a shop and buy one I would because they only cost a couple of pounds but with postage and everything it adds up.
I'm pretty sure a 24mm spring won't work as the spring needs to compress on the pawls to make them pop out.
Does anyone know what's going on here. Is it possible to get a 20mm spring? Did some manufacturers make their own freehubs that require proprietary springs. There are no markings on the freehub but it is mated with a Cole hub exactly like the one pictured.
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