Old Dura Ace / Lightweight to Campag 11 Can any one help?

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benkc1984
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by benkc1984

Hello.

Can anybody help me, I have just purchased a set of Original Dierl & Obermayer Lightweight Wheels with Dura ace 7700 Hubs from Ebay:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lightweight-Carbon-Tubular-Wheels-Wheelset-Continental-Tyres-Shimano-8-9-10hub-/290898826441?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWNX%3AIT&nma=true&si=WQ8C1XC6%252FqI1Z6GTsmUZ%252BGJIGOk%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

I would like to run Campagnolo Super Record 11 Speed EPS groupset on them.

Does anyone know if there is a Freehub that will allow this on Shimano 7700 hub?

Or is there a 11 Speed Campagnolo friendly Cassette that will drop onto the Shimano Freehub?

Thank you in advance.

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I'd like to add that I have the exact same wheels and wonder what my options are to run Dura ace 11?
Ti or dye!

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carbon sports can refit a dt 240 hub to that and that will enable you to run what you want.
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by borja

I think these are DT240s hubs. If so you just need a DT Campy rotor.
For DA 11 speed you need to get a 11speed conversion kit - new 11speed rotor and the washer on the left side.

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They are Dura Ace 7700 hubs.
Ti or dye!

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by benkc1984

Thanks for the help N.T, i was not aware that Carbon Sports could do that, it sounds expensive but the only way.

Cheers, Ben.
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by sedluk

They don't look like DT Swiss hubs to me. It was my understanding that they had Tune hubs. If that is the case maybe Carbonsports can change them to a Campy Tune hub.

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The rear is definitely a Shimano hub, or at least the freehub body. I was not aware Lightweight ever did that, I thought it was always Tune or DT.
But it's not a 7700 hub either. It's a 7400-series hub. It is compatible with up to 10speeds, but NOT compatible with any cassettes with an 11tooth first cog. Must start with a 12 or larger.

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mail Lightweight. they're very responsive and helpful according to my experience.

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