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Zipp 177 11-Speed Freehub Body Shimano/SRAM
Zipp 177 11-Speed Freehub Body Campagnolo
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Zipp 177 11-Speed Freehub Body Shimano/SRAM
Zipp 177 11-Speed Freehub Body Campagnolo

177 11-Speed Freehub Body

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Zipp's 177 rear hub is a top performer, but if you need to swap the freehub out for Campagnolo model or a Shimano / SRAM model, then this Zipp 177 11-Speed Freehub Body is exactly what you're looking for.

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Mfg PartNum: 11.2018.061.000 


Mfg PartNum: 11.1918.049.001 

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by skyskene
Competitive Racer

Exactly what I needed. Easy installation. Does require a tiny bit of lube on the splines. After 1,500 miles of use - so far so good. Hopefully the bearing cases will last longer on this one.

Reviewed 6/24/2021
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