Help regarding Zonda 2013 freehub exchange

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rprodrigues
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by rprodrigues

Hello,

I am new in the forum and I would like to ask advice from the campy experts.

I need to replace my shimano freehub body in my Zonda 2013 by a campy one.

According to Campagnolo website, my freehub is the FH-BUU015X1 and I could replace it by the FH-BUU015 (according the 2013 manual) and also by the FH-BO015 (according the 2011 manual) since both are compatible to the FH-BO001 axle of my rear hub. I then bought a replacing FH-BO015 (claimed to be according its seller) but it doesn't fit at all in the axle.

As it may be seen from the following pic, the (suposed) FH-BO015 and my current freehub (shimano) are pretty different regarding theirs rear holes.
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For my surprise, the rear hole in the FH-BUU015 is pretty similar to the rear hole of the BO015.
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Is the BUU015 and the BUU015X1 that different regarding theirs rear holes?

Would it be safe for me to give to the BUU015 a try?

Thank you,
Rodrigo

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rprodrigues
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by rprodrigues

Update:

According to http://www.bdc-mag.com/tipologie-di-pig ... -1a-parte/, the difference between the shimano and campy rear holes is due to a compatibility issue. The shimano version would be compatible to both pre-2006 and pos-2006 axle versions.



What I still can't understand is why the FH-BO0015 doesn't fit my FH-BO001 axle.
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bikerjulio
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by bikerjulio

I cannot tell looking at the pictures, but the logical answer is that you have been sold the wrong (older type) freehub.
There's sometimes a buggy.
How many drivers does a buggy have?

One.

So let's just say I'm drivin' this buggy...
and if you fix your attitude you can ride along with me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GekiIMh4ZkM

rprodrigues
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by rprodrigues

bikerjulio wrote:I cannot tell looking at the pictures, but the logical answer is that you have been sold the wrong (older type) freehub.


Yes! It's pretty raisonnable!

I will give the FH-BUU015 a try.

brazilzen
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by brazilzen

I have the same problem !! Please Help
I have a 2015 Zonda with a Shimano freehub, but now I need a Campagnolo freehub for this wheel.

What model freehub part number should I buy ??

thank you

brazilzen
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by brazilzen

rprodrigues wrote:
bikerjulio wrote:I cannot tell looking at the pictures, but the logical answer is that you have been sold the wrong (older type) freehub.


Yes! It's pretty raisonnable!

I will give the FH-BUU015 a try.



Hey my friend, any success with this problem ?? any solution ??

thanks, I need help

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by 5 8 5

brazilzen wrote:I have a 2015 Zonda with a Shimano freehub, but now I need a Campagnolo freehub for this wheel.

What model freehub part number should I buy ??


Campagnolo FH-BUU015

by Weenie


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