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    Converting Neutron/Shimano to Campy?

    Am I correct to assume all I need is the Campy compatible freehub body (shell) alone, without springs/pawls?

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    Depends on the year of your Neutron.

    if it is older Neutron ( I think produced from 1999-2006 but I am not so sure of the cuttoff year) you need the Oversized freehub body with round section.
    you can recognise them as they are more pale silvery and have a small hole on them.




    if it is newer Neutron, the section is an ovalized triangle ( not yet patented by Apple ) and this new freehubs don't fit the earlier.
    you can recognise them as they are darker and silvery and don't have the hole ( and off course have the triangular section )


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    Thanks for the info. Was worried for a second, but looks like I bought the correct late model freehub body from Velomine.

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