|Campy conversion cassettes||jjparkusa|
Apr 21, 2003 11:02 AM
|Any good or bad experience's with campy conversion cassets for Shimano freehubs? I am specfically considering the American Classic or Wheels Manufacturing.|
Apr 21, 2003 11:35 AM
|I have the above cassette on a set of Rolf Vector Pro's that I'm using with my Chorus 10spd group without any
|American Classic... I have an extra what size do you need?||russw19|
Apr 21, 2003 11:57 AM
|I have a couple of the American Classics.. they shift just fine. There are a few compatibility issues with certain wheelsets though. Example is the Mavic cassettes. See their webpage for a description.
Also, what size are you looking for? I have an extra I would sell to you for what I paid for it plus shipping. And I paid wholesale so it's a good deal. Mine is an 11-23 and it has one 25 mile ride on it. I bought a set of American Classic 420 wheels with a Shimano freehub, and rode with that cassette on it for a ride. After that ride, I changed the freehub body out to a Campy body so I don't need the cassette anymore.
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested and I can tell you more about it.
|re: Campy conversion cassettes||Juanmoretime|
Apr 21, 2003 12:08 PM
|The Wheels manufacturing works great. I have one for sale on Ebay, below is the link to it. The reason I'm selling it is because I had to have a set of Eurus wheels for my bike. The mileage statement on the cassette on the Ebay ad is true.
|re: Campy conversion cassettes||rogue_CT1|
Apr 21, 2003 4:58 PM
|I have a Wheels Manufaturing cassette on my Hed 3's. It works great, they have two models one built on the ultegra cassette and the other on the Dura Ace cassette. I would recommend the D/A since it is lighter and the cost difference is not more than about $30-$35.|| |