yeah, it totally makes sense that if the internal diameter of the shell is the same, then you can use the TA bearings and endcaps. i didn't even consider that was a possibility until i saw this thread.
but, but, but... how do you get the qr axle out? support the shell at one end and bang the axle with a hammer at the other?
If memory serves, yes. Unless you have the tool to take out and replace the DT ratchet ring (1/3 remains in the hub when you remove the freehub), knock out the bearing on the NDS. If you go for the DS and don’t have the tool to remove the ratchet ring, it’s a royal pain to press in a new bearing.
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