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convert 12x100 thru axle to 10x100

Old 07-26-17, 11:51 PM
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convert 12x100 thru axle to 10x100

Hi, I have road disc brake wheel which is 12x100 for thru axle with me. I am planning to switch to a road bike frame, but the frame front wheel has a 10x100 thru axle. (the frame I plan to purchase is Canyon endurance AL disc)

I am a novice in bike building. is there any adapter or sort I can purchase in the internet? I searched many key words in ebay/amazon, and don't seem to find any that can do the thing I want.

I hope some people can share me some ideas, thank you!
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Old 07-26-17, 11:55 PM
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Most likely your front hub can be converted to 10x100. You will need adapter parts from the manufacturer though. What wheel?
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Old 07-27-17, 12:01 AM
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Originally Posted by gsa103 View Post
Most likely your front hub can be converted to 10x100. You will need adapter parts from the manufacturer though. What wheel?
Thank you!

the wheel is campagnolo zonda disc brake. I bought it with the QR spec: front 9x100 QR / rear 10x135 QR

I searched the spare parts catalog, there is conversion parts for the back, but doesn't seem to have parts for the front

required spec from the representative for the canyon frame is 12x142 back and 10x100 front.
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Old 07-27-17, 09:35 AM
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https://www.campagnolo.com/media/fil...017_part_C.pdf

The wheels can be converted to a 12x100mm thru axle and 9mm QR.
Can you check the spec with Canyon? I've never heard of a 10x100mm thru axle fork.

The only reference I could find: Review: Canyon Endurace CF SLX 9.0 SL | road.cc
Says the bike (CF version) uses 12mm TA both front and rear.
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Originally Posted by gsa103 View Post
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The wheels can be converted to a 12x100mm thru axle and 9mm QR.
Can you check the spec with Canyon? I've never heard of a 10x100mm thru axle fork.

The only reference I could find: "not allowed to post url for me"
Says the bike (CF version) uses 12mm TA both front and rear.
Thanks a lot gsa103! yea I found the parts in the campagnolo website. It isn't too hard to get the parts from the internet for the rear.

and then I spoke with canyon again last night. at first the representative still said the front spec is 10x100, but then I remember the bike they are selling (full bike, not just frame) has dt Swiss spline r24 db, the official spec for the front is 15x100 TA. after some moment, the tech said its 12x100. tada, everything should work out now.

somehow I can't find this kind of measurement in their whole website (about the spec for front and back axle). if I'm buying a frame, I would consider buying wheels or using wheels that are not listed in their websites. so I should know what wheels to be paired with their frame. this is quite unreasonable for me I would say. well I'm just novice in bike building.
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Originally Posted by blaw86 View Post
somehow I can't find this kind of measurement in their whole website (about the spec for front and back axle). if I'm buying a frame, I would consider buying wheels or using wheels that are not listed in their websites. so I should know what wheels to be paired with their frame. this is quite unreasonable for me I would say. well I'm just novice in bike building.
Yeah, it's pretty ridiculous for them not to have the axle spec listed SOMEWHERE on the website. Trek, for example, mentions it several places. Specialized usually mentions it on the frame/fork spec also.
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