Easton EA90SLX Shimano 11 speed freehub

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BeeBee30
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by BeeBee30

I'm looking to get the above freehub for the R4SL hub, its the anodised orange freehub, but no one seems to have it in stock, anyone know where I can get one or got one?
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an4man
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by an4man

I managed to get one through Berkshire Cycles in Crowthorne. They ordered for me and came in about a week.

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Thats great, can I ask how much it cost? No other modifications needed, like a different end cap or anything?
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by an4man

I seem to remember about £90. It was easily fitted with a couple of Allen keys on my EC90SL wheels replacing the stock Shimano 10 speed. It has then worked flawlessly with my Dura ACe Di2 set-up.

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Cheers for that :)
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by TheDoc

I got mine from Colorado Cyclist back in February for $99

Was originally hoping to buy it directly from Easton, got on to some waiting list but gave up four months and bunch of follow up emails later. Always been a fan of Easton and never had a problem with their customer service until this. Really frustrating and might just be my last time buying any Easton products.

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