The one fiddly bit was removing the shaft drive “cog” (or is it an “acorn”) from the hub, and then re-installing it. It is kept in place on the hub with a really burly C-clip, which is hard to both put on and to take off.
A once a year opporunity to dust up my skills and re-read all that documentation I’d downloaded months ago, cool!
But then this happened three days later…
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