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    Niner SRAM 11 Speed Hub Question

    I recently bought a Niner Jet 9 Carbon with their 4 Star Build that came with a SRAM X01 11 speed drivetrain. I put another wheel set on the bike and now I want to change the Niner wheel set to 10 speed to put it on another bike I own. Does anyone know of the part to change that rear hub from a SRAM 11 speed to a Shimano 10 speed. Thanks for your help!
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    I believe you only need to put a thin spacer on the Niner wheelset cassette body there in order to use it on a 10s drivetrain.

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    You're incorrect. If it has an XO1 cassette, then the hub has an XD driver on it. He needs a new freehub body.

    IF it were a shimano 11 freehub, then you would be correct. Just a small spacer would be needed.

    I'd give Niner a call. I'm sure they have the freehubs, since they sell wheels in both configs.

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