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Tacx
Direct Drive Freehub Body

Mfg PartNum:
899
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Tacx Neo 2 Direct Drive Freehub Body

If you are looking for a replacement freehub body or looking to adapt your Tacx direct drive trainer to work with your SRAM cassette this 12-speed road (XD-R) and MTB (XD) freehub body is what you are looking for.

To ensure the best shifting performance, pairing Campy cassettes with Campy drivetrains, Shimano with Shimano and SRAM with SRAM is the way to go.

For the best experience, it is recommended to keep the cassette on your trainer consistent with the one you are running on your bike.

Not compatible with the Tacx Neo 2T trainer.

 

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Sram XD-R

Mfg PartNum:  T2805.81 

Sram XD

Mfg PartNum: T2805.76 

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