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Old 11-28-17, 09:01 PM
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Yoeleo wheelset question

I found a pretty good deal on a pair of carbon clinchers. however, they're 10 speed, and I suspect that they're novatec hubs, meaning I'd have to buy a new hub, because the 11 speed novatec free hub body with the 10 speed hub is too big for the 130 spindle diameter of the rear dropout. I've attached a pic of the hub. it's not labelled, but my guess is it's a novatec. So even though it's a great deal, it's probably not worth the effort to rebuild the rear wheel in order to make it 11s compatible. I suppose sanding down the free hub body is an option too, but I 'm a little weary of that. Anyone else have a take on this?

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Old 11-28-17, 09:16 PM
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Looks more like one of these uniQ hubs...also sold on Ebay by Mr Ride. Decent light hubs 48t engagement and 6 pawls. Don't know about replacing the freehub body though.

https://www.bikehubstore.com/SL210-p/sl210.htm

https://www.ebay.com/itm/mr-ride-6pa...-/263324040806

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Google 11s cassette on 10s hub.
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that's why all the cogs are not separable,(anymore) they dig into a soft freehub driver.
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What's so bad about 10-speed?
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Originally Posted by Moose View Post
Looks more like one of these uniQ hubs...also sold on Ebay by Mr Ride. Decent light hubs 48t engagement and 6 pawls. Don't know about replacing the freehub body though.

SL210 SuperLight Rear Road Hub

https://www.ebay.com/itm/mr-ride-6pa...-/263324040806
could it be the same as the bitex hubs? because i've had one of those before, and you can switch the free hub bodies. also I need 11 speed because that's what my race bike uses.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bicycle-Roa...8AAOSw5cNYfc8Z
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Originally Posted by ThermionicScott View Post
What's so bad about 10-speed?
His bike goes to 11.
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Originally Posted by spectastic View Post
could it be the same as the bitex hubs? because i've had one of those before, and you can switch the free hub bodies. also I need 11 speed because that's what my race bike uses.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bicycle-Roa...8AAOSw5cNYfc8Z
Can't say for sure but the construction looks frighteningly similar...



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