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Is there a way to convert a Shimano 10sp BHS SL211 or SL210 to 11sp? Having to redish is not a problem. I seem to remember that they were always capable of taking 11sp Campy freehubs. So maybe an 11sp freehub just fits?

Yes I know I am late to the 11sp party.
 

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That's the new 11sp freehub. Says nothing about it being compatible with the 10sp hubs (or 9/10 as BHS called them). Or for SL211s.

I figured that someone here would have done it and I wouldn't have to bother BHS.
 

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210 and 211 freehubs all interchange.

You may have to swap the rubber gasket depending on which model you have. On some I have had to put a pedal washer between the end cap and freehub to clear the cassette nut. The end cap on the 11 speed measure just over 13mm, while the 10 speed and caps are a little over 12mm.
 

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210 and 211 freehubs all interchange.

You may have to swap the rubber gasket depending on which model you have. On some I have had to put a pedal washer between the end cap and freehub to clear the cassette nut. The end cap on the 11 speed measure just over 13mm, while the 10 speed and caps are a little over 12mm.
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I figured that someone here would have done it and I wouldn't have to bother BHS.
Nothing wrong with asking a question here. That being said, BHS has an entire team of people dedicated to answering your questions. They wouldn't consider it bothering at all..
 
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