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Zipp 188 11-Speed Freehub Body
Zipp 188 11-Speed Freehub Body

Zipp
188 11-Speed Freehub Body

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Use the Zipp 188 11-speed Freehub Body to replace 2013 V8 or 2014 V9 freehubs. Includes alloy freehub body with bearings, bearing cover, washer, and end cap. The Campagnolo version also includes a required 0.25 mm axle washer.

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by Anonymous

Worked very well didn't have to change the axle

Reviewed 6/17/2019
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Albuquerque, NM

wanted to switch my zipp wheels to shimano system after bike accident. very well made and beautiful to look at. sounds great too.

Reviewed 5/28/2018
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