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Old 04-04-08, 08:43 PM   #1
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Campy Exa 9-speed on 10-speed freehub body?

I have a Campy drivetrain save for a 9-speed Ultegra cassette on a Dura Ace hub. There's a Campy 9-speed Exa cassette for sale that I'd like to get, and I've got a line on a new Mavic Campy-compatible 10-speed freehub body that I'd like to put on the Dura Ace hub.

Question: Does a 9-speed "Exa" cassette fit okay on a new 10-speed freehub body ?

Another question: When did they stop making Exa cassettes? The advertising says "new in box," which I would assume would be "new old stock." Wouldn't it?
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look here: http://www.branfordbike.com/cgi-bin/...85978105#item8
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Thanks for the link. There's an "Original 9 speed Campagnolo freehub" designed for Exa cassettes, and a "Current 10 speed Campagnolo freehub" that apparently fits all 9 and 10-speed cassettes.

Can anyone confirm that, as per my original question, the current one would indeed work with a 9-speed Exa drive cassette, and that, by extension, a Mavic 10-speed freehub body for Campy cassettes would as well?
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Thanks for the link. There's an "Original 9 speed Campagnolo freehub" designed for Exa cassettes, and a "Current 10 speed Campagnolo freehub" that apparently fits all 9 and 10-speed cassettes.

Can anyone confirm that, as per my original question, the current one would indeed work with a 9-speed Exa drive cassette, and that, by extension, a Mavic 10-speed freehub body for Campy cassettes would as well?
Looks like the link already did. Good luck

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