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Shimano FH 2200 hub - 7 , 8 or 9 speed or universal?

Old 06-10-14, 08:20 PM
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Shimano FH 2200 hub - 7 , 8 or 9 speed or universal?

I need a replacement for my FH 2200 rear freehub. Shimano says that it's for 8speed (https://techdocs.shimano.com/media/te...9830608909.pdf)
One online seller has a Shimano 2200 rear cassette hub silver 130mm width, 32-hole or 36-hole and it's listed as a 9 speed. I guess it works for 8 and 9 speed.
The confusing thing is, that I have a 7 speed bike from the 80th...with the FH2200 hub. I guess a new FH2200 will fit also but any answer would be great.

(Like you can tell, I don't have any idea about replacements etc...at least not yet
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8-9-10 speed Shimano compatible are all the same freehub dimensions.
It can take a 7 speed cassette with the addition of a 4.5mm slipped onto the freehub body before installing the cassette.
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Originally Posted by WNG
8-9-10 speed Shimano compatible are all the same freehub dimensions.
It can take a 7 speed cassette with the addition of a 4.5mm slipped onto the freehub body before installing the cassette.
Thanks - that really helps!
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Originally Posted by Chuckk
Yup!
(I used to use old BB lock rings as the spacer for 7 speed cassettes)
Thanks to you also! You forum guys are really great!
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I'd get a Sora. I have one that's nearly new, PM me....
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Hope this helps. 7 Speed cassette. 8 speed Shimano Claris Derailleur. FH2200 freehub.
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Originally Posted by RobbSynn
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jv1ixv91tv...63003.jpg?dl=0
Hope this helps. 7 Speed cassette. 8 speed Shimano Claris Derailleur. FH2200 freehub.
Thread has been dormant for two years now. Pretty sure the OP got it sorted out by now, but thanks for sharing anyway
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