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|HED 11-Speed Freehub Body Conversion Kit
Just because your drivetrain has recently graduated to eleven-speeds, doesn't mean that your freehub body has. Chances are that your current HED wheels aren't compatible with an 11-speed Shimano/SRAM cassette, which is why HED created its 11-Speed Freehub Body Conversion Kit. Now, converting your...
|Mavic Freehub Body
Mavic makes swappable freehub bodies for most of their rear wheels so you're not permanently married to either SRAM/Shimano or Campy. You can start off with one body with its unique splines, and you can switch to the other fast. The bodies are known in Mavic-speak as FTS-L, or Force Transfer...
|PowerTap 15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit
You use your PowerTap hub every single day. And no matter how clean you keep your bike and drivetrain, chances are that, sooner or later, the grooves on your freehub start to show signs of wear. Rather than having to replace the entire hub, or send it back for service, the easily-installed...
|Zipp 182 Freehub Body
The Zipp 182 hub is their previous rear hub design. It's distinguished by the carbon-fiber end caps. As we've written before, we don't think your initial choice of freehub body design should lock you into a component group for the life of your wheels; think about how that can get compounded over...
|Zipp 188 Freehub Body
If you have a current set of Zipp wheels, they'll come with the new 188 rear hub. It's the one with the preload collar on the left side. Of course, they are available to fit Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo, but we don't think your initial choice of freehub body design should lock you into a component...