Tune freehub

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steelme
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by steelme

I currently have a tune wheelset which i like to convert from shimano 10 speed to campagnolo 11 speed. Looking at the internet, i see that there are two freehub available. One is blue campagnolo freehub and thenother is red campagnolo freehub. I am not sure which one will fit my wheelset? Pls advice.

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The red version is for hubs where the axle has a 15mm OD, and the blue for the 17mm OD.

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steelme
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by steelme

madcow wrote:The red version is for hubs where the axle has a 15mm OD, and the blue for the 17mm OD.



Thank you. I will be ordering the red one then.

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Doesn't the answer depend on which rear hub? For example I was under the impression that the older Tune Mag 150 hub with the red 10-speed freehub could not be converted to 11-speed.
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steelme
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by steelme

ms6073 wrote:Doesn't the answer depend on which rear hub? For example I was under the impression that the older Tune Mag 150 hub with the red 10-speed freehub could not be converted to 11-speed.



Wouldn't the campagnolo freehub (red) accept 11 speed cassette? I want to make sure that it will work for my setup which is SR 11 speed groupset.

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by jih

steelme wrote:
ms6073 wrote:Doesn't the answer depend on which rear hub? For example I was under the impression that the older Tune Mag 150 hub with the red 10-speed freehub could not be converted to 11-speed.



Wouldn't the campagnolo freehub (red) accept 11 speed cassette? I want to make sure that it will work for my setup which is SR 11 speed groupset.


Campag didn't change the freehub specs between 9/10/11 speeds, so yes, any campag compatible freehub body that isn't 8 speed (which is ancient now) will work.

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by Valbrona

ms6073 wrote:Doesn't the answer depend on which rear hub? For example I was under the impression that the older Tune Mag 150 hub with the red 10-speed freehub could not be converted to 11-speed.


You been riding Shimano too long.

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by steelme

jih wrote:
steelme wrote:
ms6073 wrote:Doesn't the answer depend on which rear hub? For example I was under the impression that the older Tune Mag 150 hub with the red 10-speed freehub could not be converted to 11-speed.



Wouldn't the campagnolo freehub (red) accept 11 speed cassette? I want to make sure that it will work for my setup which is SR 11 speed groupset.


Campag didn't change the freehub specs between 9/10/11 speeds, so yes, any campag compatible freehub body that isn't 8 speed (which is ancient now) will work.


I just ordered one from Starbike. Thanks

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