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90's Mavic Assist Plea

Old 05-15-17, 10:05 PM
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Abstrakt's AvatarAbstrakt , 05-11-17 07:46 AM
I have a set of mavic cosmic wheels circa 1995 - The hub body has eight splines equally distant from one another. At first I thought UNIGLIDE SPECIAL DURA ACE - NOPE ----ANYBODY KNOW OF SPECIAL MAVIC ONLY MAVIC HUB BODY? ANY MAVIC GURUS OUT THERE? WHO IS THE GOTO GUY IN THE STATES FOR INFO OR REFURB OF THESE?
THANKS AHEAD OF TIME FOR ANY AND ALL HELP THAT YOU ALL CAN PROVIDE A NEWBIE
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Yes Mavic had their own proprietary freehub body, that took Mavic shark tooth cassettes. Back in the day every part of every Mavic shifter, Mavic derailleur, Mavic stem, Mavic seatpost, Mavic crankset etc. was available as a spare. Those days are long since past.

Mavic hubs are a brilliant design. However if you don't have a replacement Hyperglide freehub body they are tough to come by. Mavic freewheel and Hyperglide/Campy hubs will spin forever and use replaceable sealed bearings.
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