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hERE IS A LINK TO A COMPANY THAT SELLS THE Mavic hub pin tool. Hope this helps. Regarding the direction of the hub, ask your local bike shop, or just contact mavic when you order a new lock ring. Worth a shot! http://www.euroasiaimports.com/productcart/pc/Mavic-Hub-Pin-Tool-1696p11507.htm


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You could get locking skewers (e.g. pitlock) or skewers which have hex bolts (e.g. this) [obviously, having a hex key or a 15 mm wrench isn't really secure, but pitlock is more secure], if you want it for the security. But all you need to do is run down to your bike shop with your wheel+skewer and get them to match it to an appropriate solid axle in most ...


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I dont really grasp percentage ratios in relation to gear ratios,I prefer talking in gear inches so my nuvinchi N360 set up is 42t chainring 16t sprocket 700c wheel. The gear calculator on Sheldon brown website shows my gear inches range as 36" bottom to 130" top,this is an excellent spread of gear ratios.Also note it has no duplication of gears like you ...


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As you're not clear on road vs mtb, there's two answers. For 11 spd road drivetrains Shimano uses a 1.85mm wider hub with the drive side flange closer to the centerline to compensate for the additional width. Using a spacer allows the wheel to be backwards compatible to fit a 10 spd cassette. You can't fit a 11spd freehub in place of a 10spd freehub unless ...


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Shimano/SRAM 11 speed cassettes are wider than 8/9/10 speed ones. So yes, you need a new, wider freehub body, unless your old one was not very old and used a spacer to fit a 10-speed cassette. People with non-Shimano brand hubs are less likely to find replacement freehub bodies, it seems, leading to replacement of the whole hub, or even the whole wheel if ...



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