DT Swiss EXP Road Freehub Body

DT Swiss EXP Road Freehub Body
DT Swiss EXP Road Freehub Body
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EXP Road Freehub Body by DT Swiss
DT Swiss' EXP Road Freehub Body seamlessly pairs with your DT Swiss Ratchet System Hub for easy, tool-free install. This particular freehub is available for SRAM XDR 12-speed, HG 10-11 speed Shimano or SRAM cassettes, and Campagnolo 10-12 speed cassettes.

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SKU: DTS999I
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