On the OEM or OEM2 versions, the axle and the torque support are installed together.
On the OEM2 versions with just a support bolt or Monkey Bone, take care that the support bolt or Monkey Bone lines up with the axle plate seat as the axle is entered into the Dropouts.
After installing the wheel, close the quick release lever (CC versions - tightening torque: max. 7Nm/62in.lbs.) or tighten the axle nuts (TS versions - tightening torque: max. 35Nm/310in.lbs.).
To rejoin the gear mech, the male and female bayonet connectors must be joined back together. Pay attention not to cross these cables over when joining the hub and shifter cables together. Push the male connector into the female connector until the spring locks them together. Take care not to hold the female connector by the spring.
Rejoining the gear mech involves remounting the cable box. Place the twist shifter into gear #14 then place cable box over the hexagonal peg so that the two locating pegs sit into the two holes in the back of the cable box. Turn the twist shifter back and forth around gear #14 until the cable box falls into place over the hexagonal peg. Lastly tighten up the knurled head screw.
All gear hubs built after Serial Number 47000 and equipped with an external gear mech have an M4x8 grub screw mounted into the sixth threaded hole of the axle (it helps to prevent potential oil leaks). Therefore, the external gear mech can only be properly fitted in one position (PFig. 2) over the axle.