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Devon
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I've seen around in the past people taking about Campagnolo cassettes that will fit onto Shimano/SRAM freehubs. Anyone know who mankes these/where I could find one?

Alternatively is there any other way I could use my spare Shimano wheel with 10spd Campagnolo without rebuilding the wheel?
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by istigatrice

Jtek Shiftmate?
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http://wheelsmfg.com/products/rear-driv ... sions.html


There you go. Wheels Manufacturing. I have one of their 10 speed conversions - they take an Ultegra cassette and replace the spacers to match Campagnolo specs. It works like a charm - I'm running it with Chorus 10 shifters on a 20 year old Dura Ace 8/9/10 hub on one of my cross/gravel bikes and it works well. I believe there may be other companies with these, but this is the most common.

Depending what you're trying to accomplish and what parts you have around, here's another factoid: Campagnolo 10 speed shifters work well with SRAM (but not Shimano) rear derailleurs.

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by Devon

Wheels Manufacturing look great but there's no way I'm paying $160, I can get a cheap Campag rear wheel for that.

Will look into the SRAM rear mech option though, thanks.
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Cable pull and shift numbers for all kinds of different manufacturer combinations here
http://www.ctc.org.uk/cyclists-library/ ... s/shimergo

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CarlosFerreiro wrote:Cable pull and shift numbers for all kinds of different manufacturer combinations here
http://www.ctc.org.uk/cyclists-library/ ... s/shimergo" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


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Also Miche cassettes

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thisisatest wrote:Also Miche cassettes

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What about them? After a quick look they are Shimano/Campagnolo specific.
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