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I want to have some wheels made up using a hub which is reputedly nice and light and reliable. I have been advised that this hub will require the rear wheel to be re-dished if I change from Simano to Campy in the future (which I am planning to do eventually)
What is re-dishing and should I go to a less favoured hub to avoid having to do it?
 

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dadoflam said:
I want to have some wheels made up using a hub which is reputedly nice and light and reliable. I have been advised that this hub will require the rear wheel to be re-dished if I change from Simano to Campy in the future (which I am planning to do eventually)
What is re-dishing and should I go to a less favoured hub to avoid having to do it?
Dishing is getting the rim centered over the hub. Moving it over slightly to accommodate the Campy freehub body will be no problem. – TF
 
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