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Old 10-20-09, 11:24 AM   #1
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Campy to Shimano freehub swap

I am swapping the freehub on a Fulcrum 5 wheel to a Shimano. I dont have alot of experience with Campy hubs so could anyone give me a quick rundown of how to get that campy freehub off. I researched a little on google but most of the stuff I found was for older campy hubs with non-sealed bearings..

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I may be wrong, but I would assume that it's not a Campy freehub, it's a Campy compatible freehub on Fulcrum (or their supplier's) hubs. I'd look for Fulcrum info.
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I may be wrong, but I would assume that it's not a Campy freehub, it's a Campy compatible freehub on Fulcrum (or their supplier's) hubs. I'd look for Fulcrum info.
It actually is a Campy freehub. It's sold as Fulcrum but the freehub itself is Campy. I double checked with the distributer thinking the same thing as you.



Campy/Fulcrum Freehub Body For Shimano/Sram 8/9/10




MFR's Part #: WH-KX890

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Then I would look at the current Campy website. They have tech docs on-line.

Like this: http://www.campagnolo.com/repository..._Hubs_0407.pdf

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Then I would look at the current Campy website. They have tech docs on-line.

Like this: http://www.campagnolo.com/repository..._Hubs_0407.pdf
Oh nice!! Didn't realize Campy provided their tech docs online.
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