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I have the opportunity to buy a pair of Reynolds DV46c UL - 2009, but I need Campy, and they come equipped as Shimano. I assume it's not too tough to get a 240s Campy freehub, but the hubs on these wheels are the 240s HYB, which means the freehub body is supposedly different and lighter. Any ideas where to get a freehub?
 

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Zen Cyclery said:
it is a dt swiss 240 hub
look up... dt swiss 240 campy free hub
that is what you are looking for
if it works on a 240 it works on a reynolds
But from what I understand, the freehub body on the HYB hub is lighter than that of the 240s regular hub. This is what I've read online, a 240s HYB hub is:
essentially a 240 front, 240 rear hub shell with 190 guts and freehub body less the ceramic bearings. So it seems as though, like Troy said, I need a Campy 190 Freehub body, right?
 
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