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Unknown Campagnolo Wheelset?!

Old 04-17-08, 08:30 AM
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Unknown Campagnolo Wheelset?!

I am in search for a Campagnolo-10x compatible wheelset for my road bike. Here in Austria I found this local offer. It says "Campagnolo 9x wheelset" (photo below), no more informations.
Before I start a 80km car trip to have a look on them I thought I ask this expert-forum: Will my 10x Campy-cassette fit here? Does anybody know what's the name or type of this wheelset?

Thanks in advance & greetings from Vienna!

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Old 04-17-08, 10:09 AM
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How about asking for a picture of the hub without a cassette?

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An old set of Shamal's maybe?
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Originally Posted by DasProfezzional View Post
An old set of Shamal's maybe?
yes Shamal seems to be right. All I know is that normally a 10x-Campa-cassette should always fit on a 9x-Campa-hub, am I right?!
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You usually can fit a 10 speed on a 9 speed, but Shamals may be a bit different, depending on whether they were converted from 8 speed or not. I think black Shamals are later models, so they ought to be ok.
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Those don't look like shamsl to me. Blue letterring and the rim doens't seem that deep. The shamals were 41mm, the old silver coloured verisons anyway.
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Originally Posted by Berlingot View Post
yes Shamal seems to be right. All I know is that normally a 10x-Campa-cassette should always fit on a 9x-Campa-hub, am I right?!
I know that post-2001 hubs do. I'm not sure about the ones that are older than that.
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