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Just don't layer it on too thick, the stuff is really heavy so centrifugal force will ensure that whatever it don't need will get thrown off all over your back wheel and anything else in the way that it can adhere to, nasty mess to clean up!!
 

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Well maybe the 1200 has an O ring between the wheel and the drive but the 1100 for sure doesn't, it has about a 1/16" gap that let's it fly out, but if you put it on right, it's still on there when you take that wheel off again thousands of miles later, and no wear on the splines.
 
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