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Specific free hub body compatible with the Sram XX1 drivetrain.

This new free hub body can be easily installed on all Crossmax and Deemax wheels (2012 and after) to convert them to the new XD standard by Sram, making the wheel compatible with the XX1 drivetrain.

  • Material: Alloy.
  • Compatibility: Crossmax and Deemax wheels 2012 and after. For Sram XD cassettes only.
  • Content: Free hub body, lip seal, XX1 specific locknuts.
 
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Product! Very good and fits like a glove. Only thing is the one I got have tiny surface holes, hopefully its not of a big deal in terms of durability or manufacture defect, at this moment its awesome. 04 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good quality! This is a product one either needs or one don't. But if you need it, its good to know that it absolutly holds Mavic standard!!! A little bit dissapointing to see that it comes without pawls and without a small amount of Mavic mineral oil to lube pawls and surface before mounting.. But the job of moving pawls from standard freebody isn't to much hassel, as long as you do not loose the tiny springs!! 23 October 2013
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Does it fit with Crossride 2013 wheelset?

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No; the Crossride '13 wheel runs the FTS-X freehub body, while the Deemax/Crossmax that this is designed for run the ITS-4. The interface on these freehubs is different, so this XX1 Driver will not fit the Crossride hub.
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Is the XD Free hub from mavic compatible with the 12mm x 150 of the 12' Deemax Ultimate?
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This XD free hub body can be easily installed on all Crossmax and Deemax wheels (2012 and after) to convert them to the new XD standard, making the wheel compatible with the XX1 drivetrain.
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Yes, these XD1 drivers are suitable for the ITS4 interface on Mavic 2012 and later wheels. Should be fine on your '14 Crossmax SLR
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