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    Mavic cassette

    I know that mavic makes a conversion cassette that can make a Mavic (shimano compatible) wheels work with a 10speed campy drivetrain. Has anyone ever used it before? How is it?

    Also, would this cassette only work with a shimano spline hub? Or i can use it with my campy spline hub as well?

    Basically if i have two mavic wheelsets (one shimano compatible, the other campy compatible), will i be able to use this cassette for both wheelsets?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by boat
    I know that mavic makes a conversion cassette that can make a Mavic (shimano compatible) wheels work with a 10speed campy drivetrain. Has anyone ever used it before? How is it?

    Also, would this cassette only work with a shimano spline hub? Or i can use it with my campy spline hub as well?

    Basically if i have two mavic wheelsets (one shimano compatible, the other campy compatible), will i be able to use this cassette for both wheelsets?

    Thanks
    I have one. A 12-25 10sp. It works on Shimano freehubs and allows you to use a Campy drivetrain. It shifts perfectly! I run it on a 2003 Campy Chorus/Record drivetrain with no problems. It will not fit a Campy hub.

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    requires a mavic M10 freehub...

    This cassette can only be used on a Mavic M10 freehub that has a shimano spline pattern and a casette body that is longer than standard shimano body. It won't work with standard shimano hubs, or other brands of shimano compatible hubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-40
    This cassette can only be used on a Mavic M10 freehub that has a shimano spline pattern and a casette body that is longer than standard shimano body. It won't work with standard shimano hubs, or other brands of shimano compatible hubs.
    It works with American Classic, right?

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    american classic 10-speed...

    Quote Originally Posted by bikewriter
    It works with American Classic, right?
    The AC 10-speed cassette does fit a standard shimano freehub.

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