Ti freehub body for Powertap hubs from Wheelbuilder

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djconnel
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by djconnel

Cool: a tidy 62 grams saved for $179. That's a solid $/gram ratio: less than $3/gram. If you're not willing to spend $3/gram you're probably riding Rival or equivalent.

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styrrell
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by styrrell

Thats only for mtb xx1 cassettes.

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by eric

You can use American Classic "cassette clips" to spread the cog's force on the soft aluminium freehubs on Powertaps.

Wheelbuilder also carries axles for the older 12mm Powertaps, while no longer does.

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by stephenjames

Oh nice! A Ti version for non-XX1 would be cool as well

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