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Mavic XD Driver

$99.95

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    • One Color, ITS4
      $99.95
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      $99.95
    4.556

    6 Reviews

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    1x11 for Mavic hoops.

    The Mavic XD Driver allows you to use Mavic's Crossroc, Crossride, Crossmax, and Deemax wheels (2012 and newer) with SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain by replacing either the TS-2 or ITS-4 freehub bodies with the new XD standard, as required by SRAM's 10-42t 11-speed cassette.

    The Mavic XD Driver includes new end caps, as well as the driver itself. Simply remove the end caps from the TS-2 or ITS-4 freehub and swap the pawls and springs to the XD Driver. Your Mavic wheels are now ready to ride with SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain.

    • Compatible with SRAM's 10-42t 11-speed cassette
    • For use with Mavic Crossroc, Crossride, Crossmax, and Deemax wheels (2012 and newer)
    • Two different options: XD TS-2 (Crossroc, Crossride), XD ITS-4 (Crossmax, Deemax)
    • Includes XD end caps and driver
    • Item #MAV0521

    Tech Specs

    Material
    aluminum
    Compatibility
    SRAM XX1
    Recommended Use
    SRAM XX
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Mavic XD Freebody

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Easy to install and the directions are very clear.

    Switch a roo

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's really nice that Mavic offers such a simple swap so you can keep the second most expensive part of your bike while upgrading parts. The instructions not very clear but I was able to get the job done. Here's the only complaint, making this 4 instead of 5 start. When swapping there are four TINY springs you must move from the old freehub body to this one. If you loose even one on the garage floor you are screwed. I doubt local bike shops would have any stocked, you might get lucky in their junk drawer though. So -- execution is simple but go into your "clean room so you don't loose a spring.

    Unanswered Question

    I bought the ts2 version for my crossride wheels it there are no instructions included or seemingly clear resources online. I am not clear on how to remove the current freehub in order to replace. I'm sure it's simple but I don't want to damage the assembly. Any guidance?

    What size axle does this work with?

    will this work on 29" mavic crossride wheels?