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    Shimano and Campy Freehubs

    Hi,

    I recently picked up a set of Mavic CXP22 wheels off a fellow cyclist. I should have been more careful but sometimes I overlook things.

    In this case, the rear wheel has a Campy Feehub...I have a 10 speed Shimano Cassette. Haven't tested fit but it probably won't match.

    My question is, can I remove the campy freehub from the rear hub and screw a Shamino one for the 105 on, or am I sh**t out of luck on this one?

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    If the hub is campagnolo, brand campanolo what u could is to locate the shimano freehub body made for the hub, Campangolo had them in the market and I believe still does. Wont be cheap.

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    Definitely not,

    but you might be able to get a matching (to the hub) Shimano freehub for this wheel from Mavic.

    Freehubs aren't interchangeable across different hubs. While the exterior dimensions are standard for Shimano, or campy, the hub/freehub interface is unique to each model.
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    Sorry I should have mentioned the hubs are Formula (Not sure on model)

    Is the freehub interchangable on a Formula hub?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Staylucky View Post

    Is the freehub interchangable on a Formula hub?
    If they offer both types for the same model hub (or wheel) than they're almost certainly interchangeable. The question is whether the freehub you need is available.

    BTW- this isn't a like glitch, but double check that the freehub is the only part that changes, and you don't also need an axle or any other parts.

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    Gave up on this wheelset, resold to someone with campy components for same price I got them for. Now on the lookout for a wheel set with the right freehub

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