Campagnolo Mirage Rear Hub Hubs

4/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • O.L.D.: 130 mm
  • 9 Speed Light Alloy Freewheel Body
  • Holes: 32 / 36
  • Sealed Bearings

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

    Date Reviewed: July 9, 2004

    Strengths:    durable.

    Weaknesses:    weight, but these don't go on racing bikes.

    Bottom Line:   
    this hub is on a friend's bike. it was bought second hand after 3 years touring in Germany, and the bearings are still perfect. the rear hub certainly did its job. the front ... not as good. but these are one step up from bottom of the line, and the rear hub far exceeded expectations.

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    Help with older Mirage rear hub

    Hi everyone, I'm new at this so I hope someone out there can help me out. I am rebuilding the rear wheel on my '99 bianchi eros. Since I already had the rear hub separate from everything else, I figured I would take it apart as best I could and try to clean it etc...(not sure if it's ever bee ... Read More »

    Is Campy MIrage rear hub 11 sp compatible?

    Hello I've found this cheap Campy Mirage rear hub to build a trainer wheel, but it's labeled as a "9 speed hub". I own a Super Record group, so I'm not sure if this hub can fit a new 11 sp Campy cassette. Any ideas before buying this hub? [IMG] ... Read More »

    Campy Mirage rear hub problem

    Last year I built a rear cyclocross/touring wheel on the cheap: Sun Rhyno 29er, 14/15 spokes, Campy Mirage hub. I clean and lube the hub maybe twice per year. I occasionally ride with a rack and panniers. I tend to generate a decent amount of power, and as a result I have a history of breaking bits ... Read More »

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