The wheelset is off a 2005 TCR Comp 1, so it looks good.ctracer01 said:possibly-
newer versions, yes,
older versions, i don't think so
take off your cassette. if you have two small spacers behind it, then it is a new enough version and you can buy a campy freewheel for it.
if not you need a new hub
Thanks for the tip! However the Mavic Elites will be going on another bike with all Campy, so I gotta get a cassette anyway.Joeslow2 said:You might want to consider a Wheels Mfg conversion cassette. They rebuild shimano cassettes for Campy spacing. For the price of a Centaur cassette you can get the Wheels Mfg conversion. If youre buying a new freehub body at $50 and a cassette at $120+ you'd save the $50 buying the conversion cassette. If you want both bodies for future verstility, of if you've already got a cassette you'd be better off buying the body.
Clevor said:Thanks for the tip! However the Mavic Elites will be going on another bike with all Campy, so I gotta get a cassette anyway.
But what you are saying is they just convert a Shimano cassette for Campy spacing, and it uses the same Shimano cogs with the Campy groupset? Do Shimano cogs work fine with a Campy setup? I know Shimano customizes the teeth profile on the chainrings for their stuff, but I guess cogs are cogs?