Campagnolo Chorus Rear Hub Hubs

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $119.95

Product Description

  • O.L.D.: 130 mm
  • Holes: 32/36
  • Light Alloy Body, Axle and Freewheel Body (MK2)
  • Quick-Release With Aluminium Lock Nuts

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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Chris_price2200 a Recreational Rider

    Date Reviewed: April 24, 2004

    Strengths:    Light, very nice finish, wicked load when coasting, easy to adjust. Its not Shimano

    Weaknesses:    I used 14/15g spokes when building, and they were very hard to slid through the holes. A little bit on the pricy side

    Bottom Line:   

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    Favorite Ride:   South Shore Area

    Price Paid:    $400.00

    Purchased At:   Cyclesmith, Dartmoth

    Similar Products Used:   Campy Veloce, Shimano Ultagra

    Bike Setup:   2002 Bianchi Team Bike, Centure 10 speed parts.

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by richardmc a Recreational Rider

    Date Reviewed: October 29, 2002

    Strengths:    Design, ease of maintenance and adjustment, ease of access to freehub mechanism, light weight

    Weaknesses:    Requires Campy cogs. For some reason, they cost a LOT more than Shimano cogs (and weigh more as well).

    Bottom Line:   
    I've just posted a review on the front hub. All applies here as well...

    It is absurdly easy to adjust and maintain. Furthermore, access to the freehub body is quick and easy as well. It may be a mistake (not so far, after 3000 miles since I did it), but I've put grease on the pawls to make it run more quietly. Hey, if it gums up, it's easy to go back and clean it out as well!

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    Favorite Ride:   fast curves

    Similar Products Used:   lots of different conventional cone&ball hubs

    Bike Setup:   IF Crown Jewel, Chorus hubs, Record calipers, Athena/Racing Triple drive train

    Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

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    Converting Chorus 8 speed Rear Hub to 10 speed

    I'm looking at building some wheels for a 90's Merckx restoration and I want to use Campagnolo hubs with Mavic CXP 30 rims. The idea is to build up a Campag Record/Chorus 10 speed groupset with a retro/90's wheelset. Can't seem to find 9/10 speed Campagnolo Rear Hubs, Used or Nos, and wanted to kn ... Read More »

    campy chorus rear hub 6 - 7 speed

    Hello, I have my eyes set on a new pair of wheels for my 86 Merckx. I've seen a nice set of Mavic's with Campy chorus hubs. Currently the rear hub is mounted with a 6speed freewheel. I was wondering if my 7speed freewheel will work as well on these wheels? I'm a correct when I think as long ... Read More »

    Veloce or chorus rear hub

    Should I get the cheaper veloce or more expensive chorus? Would they last about the same?Read More »

    Chorus Rear Hub Overhaul Question

    I began the process of disassembling my 1999 Chorus rear hub tonight in order to overhaul it but I was thwarted before finishing. I removed the drive side nut (by turning clockwise) and the freehub body. I also removed the non-driveside nut with a 5mm allen and the lock nut with a 2.5mm allen. After ... Read More »

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