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Old 04-22-14, 08:15 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by FastJake View Post
Correct, except it's actually a 10mm bolt. But they might have made a 7400 7-speed Hyperglide Dura Ace hub.

I have a 7400 7-speed Uniglide hub, but that probably wouldn't do you any good. I have the cassette to go with, but once you wear it out, pickings get slim. Especially for the last cog which is threaded to a smaller Dura-Ace-specific size.
you're right. and right to correct me. not good of me leading people astray. thanks.
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Old 04-22-14, 09:05 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by HillRider View Post
Well, for that matter I used to own an '92 or '93 Trek 7000 MTB that came OEM with an LX freehub spaced 135 mm with a 7-speed body so I guess any combination is possible.
The '96 Cannondale R400 I bought new came with a RSX 7S spaced at 130 mm OLD. This is why I think a 130 mm spaced 1055 spec'd for a manufacturer can't be positively ruled out.

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