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    Freehub bodys

    Hello
    I have a shimano 6402 freehub body and it broke and since that part is dicontiud is the another shimano freehub body that would be comparable with it
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bike2victory View Post
    Hello
    I have a shimano 6402 freehub body and it broke and since that part is dicontiud is the another shimano freehub body that would be comparable with it
    thanks
    That's an 8-speed hub, so any 8/9/10 speed steel freehub body is compatible. I've swapped Shimano cassette bodys among various Shimano hubs and they're generally cross-compatible.
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    The Shimano part number you need is 32V-9801. A Google search shows they're available all over the place.

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