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Looking for 7speed Hyperglide freehub to fit a Shimano 105 - 126mm hub

Old 01-05-24, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by X3speed
I did the mod this morning, but ended up grind one whole spline off. Hopefully that ends up not being an issue. I am unfortunately not great with a dremel.
Take a look at an old Sachs freewheel cog. They have 3 little nubs to secure them to the freewheel body. I always thought, no way they’ll hold up, but they easily outlast the teeth, even flipped.

You have 8 other splines left, I wouldn’t be concerned about it.

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Originally Posted by X3speed
It should work but unfortunately on this particular free hub somebody had pried the plastic cover off. Look for one that still has the plastic cover on.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
OK I looked and here is what I have:

I am pretty sure these will work for your purpose.

The 105 on top is a UG/HG body and the black hub shows seven cog marks.

These have been laying on the bench top as well (two seven speed cog sets).
You may have all of this for the cost of shipping by USPS maybe $10-$12. Smiles, MH. PM me with shipping info.
The 105 FH1056 should be 8 speed. The 105 FH1055 is 7 speed
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Originally Posted by X3speed
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Either of the two bronze colored freehub body should work with the seals that you have on your current cones. This assumes the body is original to the hubs, which are probably HG20 and possibly HG50. These were lower in the Shimano lineup and used in a few groupsets.

The 1056 is 8 speed and uses the newer dust seal, the same as the 1055 (pictured earlier), and won't give a good seal with your current cone/seal. It was normally speced for 130mm OLN, but can be configured to 126mm if done properly (while maintaining a reasonable wheel dish).
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