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    WTB SS cogs?

    will these fit on any shimano type FH? they appear be in a nine spline pattern. anyone use one?

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    There is only two freehub spline patterns out there: Shimano and Campagnolo.
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    well, there's also the internal hub three rounded splines pattern. but i'm not here to pick nits. the important part is wtb's cog will work with my s-company hub. thanks

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    Shimano's spine pattern have three different splines, seven are the same width, one is larger, one is smaller. Email WTB's tech support and they may be able to answer better then us.

    BTW, you specifically asked about freehubs, not internal hubs.
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    Yes, it should work. I think all SS cassette cogs (well, I probably shouldn't say all) are Shimmy compatible.
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