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Old 05-16-17, 05:44 AM
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Cassette spacer required?

Hi all,


I have just purchased a set of Miche Race Road Wheels, with a 9, 10, 11 speed, campagnolo freehub. I currently have a campagnolo 9-speed cassette and 9-speed campag veloce drivechain.
I am aware that I will need a spacer for the cassette to fit on the 11 speed hub, however I am unaware of what sort of spacer id need to purchase, and how to install it.


Many thanks.
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No spacer required. All Campagnolo 9,10, and 11 speed cassettes fit on Campagnolo compatible freehubs without spacers.
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Originally Posted by alcjphil View Post
No spacer required. All Campagnolo 9,10, and 11 speed cassettes fit on Campagnolo compatible freehubs without spacers.
There is some cases for 11s where this is not true. Some mavic wheels.
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Originally Posted by operator View Post
There is some cases for 11s where this is not true. Some mavic wheels.
You are talking about Mavic wheels for Shimano or SRAM cassettes. This isn't the case for Mavic wheels with Campagnolo cassette bodies
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