Easton EC90 SLX

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drhule23
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by drhule23

Two questions for the forum experts:

1) Is the cassette body for the Easton EC90 SLX interchangeable? i.e. can I convert a Campy rear to Shimano?

2) Any feedback on these wheels? Like 'em? Dislike? Why?

(OK, I guess techincally that's more than two questions because #2 had four components to it, but you get the idea. :D )

Thanks!
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I got some EA90 SLX and yes, the freehub can be exchanged without difficulty.

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Butcher wrote:I got some EA90 SLX and yes, the freehub can be exchanged without difficulty.


x2, i did this from shimano to campy. all u need is the right freehub and some hex tools.

and feedback, i won the slx ea90 wheelset from a video competition from easton and my friend , who i sold the wheels to, likes them alot. Very good "middle" range alloy wheelset. he has no complaints.

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by drhule23

thanks for the feedback, but I was looking for feedback on the carbon version (Thus the subject "EC90 SLX").
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by Butcher

The hubs are virtually the same for the EA and EC wheels. The differences are rims and the amount of spokes.

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