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Shimano wh-6600 rear hub overhaul
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Hi everyone, so i have a set of shimano ultegra wheels (wh-6600) and i have some noise coming from the rear hub (not the free wheel) it's like a tic tic tic , so i look to the tech doc from shimano website and i don't understand how to remove the left side lock nut .... so did some one can help me with that ... thanks
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no one !!!
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According to this: http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?376145-which-cone-wrenches-for-ultegra-hubs&highlight=wh-6600+locknut
you need two 15mm cone wrenches. But I have no direct experience with them.
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(08-21-2010, 11:51 AM)stdu007 Wrote:  Hi everyone, so i have a set of shimano ultegra wheels (wh-6600) and i have some noise coming from the rear hub (not the free wheel) it's like a tic tic tic , so i look to the tech doc from shimano website and i don't understand how to remove the left side lock nut .... so did some one can help me with that ... thanks

I know this is old, but I had this same issue, and eventually figured it out...
The locknut uses an allen wrench. There are no flats on the locknut. The cone uses a 20mm cone wrench.
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