Are you speaking from experience? Why would a redish be necessary on Mavic wheels.No. The free-hub body would need to be replaced and the wheel re-dished.
Not to mention the pointlessness of putting 250-300 dollar wheels on a bike with a 1500+ dollar group. Just upgrade wheels, it will be less of a hassle in the end.
Wrong. Mavic wheels are completely compatible w/ 11 speed Shimano or SRAM cassettes...pull off the thick Mavic spacer and you're ready to go. Mavic is making a 'new' freehub designated 'M11', but as far as I can tell it's the same as the 'M10' free hub. No re-centering (not 're-dishing') is needed.no.
11-speed hubs are downward compatible with 10-speed cassettes (using a spacer)
the opposite is not true
See post #7...Great to hear. Responding in-forum for future web searchers ...
So, just to be 100% clear ... I just need to remove the spacer and all should be good? Or, is there a different, smaller spacer?
Also, as I recall, Mavic changed the aksium quite a bit from 2009 to 2010. I assume those changes won't have any impact on this, right?