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Old 02-26-10, 04:12 PM   #1
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Quick question on frame/freehub fit.

I apologize in advance because I have not researched but the guy who's selling the bike wants an answer now--

The bike is a litespeed that is all set up with 9-speed Dura-ace components. Double crankset.

Will my 10-speed 105 components (with triple crankset) fit ok? I guess I'm asking if the freehub is wider on a 10-speed, such that the 10-speed-equipped wheel would not fit the frame properly? Chain line and other exotic considerations ?

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Old 02-26-10, 04:25 PM   #2
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Your 10 speed rear should be fine as 9 and 10 speed shimano hubs are both 130mm spaced.

triple crankset will be fine too
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Your 10 speed rear should be fine as 9 and 10 speed shimano hubs are both 130mm spaced.

triple crankset will be fine too
Just what I needed. Thanks you SO much!
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Why would you want to go from Dura ace to 105?
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Why would you want to go from Dura ace to 105?
the guy would keep his dura-ace and I would just buy the frame
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