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Fulcrum freehub. Can any road 11sp freehub fit on MTB Fulcrum wheelset?

Old 01-15-20, 08:51 AM
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Fulcrum freehub. Can any road 11sp freehub fit on MTB Fulcrum wheelset?

I bought wheelset Red Passion 3 29" Centerlock Disc Wheelset.
My bike is cyclocross Planet X Pickenflick. Cassette is SRAM PG-1130 11-32t.
This casette can fit on Shimano road 11sp hub. In description to wheelset was written: "Shimano Freehub 9/10/11-speed".
So I was thiking that my cassette will fit on freehub of this wheelset. Later I figured out about difference between Shimano MTB 11sp and Road 11sp freehub.
And it appeared that my wheelset has Shimano MTB 11sp freehub, so my SRAM cassette can't fit on it.


Maybe there are any Fulcrum road 11sp freehub bodies, that can fit on MTB Fulcrum wheelset, that mentioned above?
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Old 01-15-20, 11:31 AM
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No if it is a 10 speed road freehub, you will need a 11 speed mtb freehub
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Old 01-15-20, 11:34 AM
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Wheelset has installed Shimano MTB 11sp freehub. 11sp road cassettes do not fit on that freehub. I am looking if any Fulcrum road freehub body can fit on my rear wheel.
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You should contact Fulcrum directly.
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11-34 fits
https://cyclingtips.com/2018/03/shim...ssette-review/
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I'm making a not so WAG that you have posted your concerns here prior to actually trying your 11-32 cassette on your new wheel. Is this correct? I've never heard of a hub being marketed as Shimano 9/10/11 where the 11 means MTB 11, which is actually 10. If you do actually have an old 10 speed wheel, the 34t cassette mentioned above is your solution. Please post an update.
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Old 01-15-20, 11:58 PM
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Originally Posted by DaveSSS View Post
You should contact Fulcrum directly.
I did that. They are italians. Italians are very lazy and if they don't want to help, they won't. So Fulcrum service was dancing around anything, but understanding my situation with fitting road freehub on MTB wheelset.
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Old 01-16-20, 12:04 AM
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Italians are very lazy huh. Good luck with that one buddy.
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Originally Posted by shelbyfv View Post
I'm making a not so WAG that you have posted your concerns here prior to actually trying your 11-32 cassette on your new wheel. Is this correct? I've never heard of a hub being marketed as Shimano 9/10/11 where the 11 means MTB 11, which is actually 10. If you do actually have an old 10 speed wheel, the 34t cassette mentioned above is your solution. Please post an update.
I found out about my situation in workshop, where I came to take my 11-32 cassette from old wheel to the new one. And there was no enough space on the new one. In the next days I found out about wonderful world of MTB and Road freehubs of Shimano. Yes, offered Shimano cassette is possible option.
But for me it is not solution. I have SRAM components on my bike and I want keep whole system within one brand. In my case - SRAM.
Of course, that makes my situation complicated. Because I am looking for road 11sp freehub from Fulcrum, that cna be put on MTB Fulcrum wheel...
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Old 01-16-20, 12:06 AM
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I would try find some exploded views of hubs with FHB's and part numbers, then just cross reference. Companies like to use common parts. This would be my first step. Other than eyeballing it and then buying and trying.
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Originally Posted by jbucky1 View Post
Italians are very lazy huh. Good luck with that one buddy.
I work in logistics for, like, 7 years already. Picked cargo all across the world. A lot from Europe. Any forwarder, logistican, call it what You like, will tell You about laziness of southern shippers - Spain, Italy. And in my situation I met italian laziness and unwillingness to understand WHAT really needed and asked not for the first or second time. I was not surprised, that I didn't get any specific answer on my question during two weeks of converstation with Fulcrum service.
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Originally Posted by jbucky1 View Post
I would try find some exploded views of hubs with FHB's and part numbers, then just cross reference. Companies like to use common parts. This would be my first step. Other than eyeballing it and then buying and trying.
Good idea, by the way. For Red Passion 3 such views I have for sure. Need to try to find specific views for some Fulcrum road wheels. Especially, that I searched the internet and found not so many variants of Fulcrum road freehubs. And only 1-2 variants are for 12mm axle. Will look at them closely. Thank You very much. As I am totally not technical person, but humanitarian person, I will return with my funny questions to this thread for sure. )
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Old 01-16-20, 12:17 AM
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Ugh. Probably. But I would prefer Italian comes here, solve my case positively, so to the rest of my days I would say to everybody: "Italians - the best nation!"
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I was pretty sure there was a fulcrum american office under campagnolo that could assist you.
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Old 01-16-20, 12:34 AM
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Thank You very much! Will try to contact them also.
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If you download the spare parts pdf you will see that only two freehubs are available - one is HG11 and the other is XDR. If the HG11 doesn't work, then you are out of luck. I assume that there isn't a spacer that needs to be removed.

https://www.fulcrumwheels.com/en/dow...-documentation
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Originally Posted by DaveSSS View Post
I assume that there isn't a spacer that needs to be removed.
I wonder about this as well. That wheelset appears to have been introduced in 2015, seems odd it wouldn't be 11 speed, especially since it was advertised as 11 speed
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they are mountain bike wheels. Just run the shimano 11-34 road cassette.
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Yup. MTB freehubs are not interchangeable with Road freehubs in the end. Had to buy another wheelset. Thanks to all for opinions, guys.
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