10 speed 700c wheels, 32h rear 24h front
Hope Pro III Mono hubs (8, 9, 10 speed). Both hubs in excellent condition
Rear rim - DT Swiss R460 - fairly worn and should probably be replaced soon
Front rim - HED Belgium Plus - good condition
Sram Force front and rear brake
DT Swiss 240s Radial 28h front hub
Collection from N6 or happy to post the small items. I'd rather not post the wheels but if they don't sell in a week I will do.
240s hub sold
Worth noting that anyone running 11-34 11 speed road can use the hopes.
appreciated, thank you
Would /could the Hope hubs be used with Ultegra 9 speed using an adapter? Looking for a set of wheels for my Scapin in Italy, but having problems with finding a decent set. These look exactly like the type I was trying to find, albeit in the UK. If they would fit, would you consider shipping them?
oh yeah, no problem using 8, 9 or 10 speed shimano. Just I don't think they can be converted to 11 speed. DM me re shipping and let me know your address as I'll see about finding a box
What?! This has just removed a major barrier for me buying a new GS for my bike with 10 speed hopes!
Shimano only changed the freehub body size for 11 speed on their road cassettes. If I'm not mistaken, all Shimano MTB 11 speed cassettes will fit on 10 speed freehubs.
I think you can also buy a Hope campag freehub and fit that then use a campag 11 speed cassette. Then as the cassette spacing for 11 speed campag and shimano is the same then you can run whatever 11 speed group you want.
I'll take the brakes please if they're still going. Maybe the wheels too if the the above drops out. Pm'ing now.
Potential dibs on the wheelset,
Are the brakes still available?
Everything sold now
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