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Old 11-24-03, 03:48 PM   #1
Jonny B
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Mavic hubs Campy compatable?

I'm hoping to put together a cross bike with disc brakes, but my biggest challenge so far has been finding a 700c wheelset that has disc mounts and is Campy compatable. I'm probably going to use 9 speed 2003 Veloce or Mirage, if that makes any difference.

I found a Mavic wheel that seems to fit the bill (, but I'm not sure if I can put a Campy cassette on it. According to the Mavic site, you can only use Mavic's own M10 cassette. Is this compatable with Campy derailers? If not, is there an adaptor to fit a Campy cassette?

Does anyone know roughly how much this pair would cost (GB£ preferably)?

Are there any other wheels I should be looking at?
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Old 11-24-03, 04:11 PM   #2
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Yes you will have to use the M10 cassette.. or the American Classic or Wheels Manuf 10sp cassette that fits on a shimano hub.
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