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Specialized Freehub Body

  • Specialized Freehub Body.
  • Specific models for a variety of Specialized hubs.
  • Might save you from having to replace whole wheel.
P/NPriceAvailability 
S132100010£25.00In Stock (2 To 3 Days)
S142100001£40.00In Stock

Specialized Freehub Body

The Specialized Freehub Body replaces the 'freewheel mechanism' part of your Specialized hub.

  • You'll know it's time to replace your freehub body when the cranks spin without resistance because the freehub's internal pawls no longer engage.
  • Fitting a new freehub body might save you having to replace a whole wheel.
  • S092100002, S092100003 and S092100008 fit Joytech hub for 8-speed cassette.
  • S092100009 fits Joytech hub for 9-speed cassette.

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P/NBarcode
S142100001719676675176
S132100010719676664040

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Our suppliers reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative will do all it can to maintain prices and specifications on this web site, however we do reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Similarly, despite the wonders of modern computers, it is realistic to expect the colour of any item bought to differ subtly from the image online.

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Q. I own Specialized Hardrock 2013 29er. Freebody hub developed play. I would like to know which freehub body would I need.
A. It should the S092100003 listed on our Specialized Freehub Body page although in reality Frreehub bodies are very difficult to identify and match up with unbranded hubs so it is probably something you will need to try.
Q. i've taken the free hub body from my wife 's 2009 Allez elite. It needs replacing...but there is no indication which one it is, I've not found any answer on any forums...do you know?
A. Freehub bodies are often difficult to identify unfortunately as there are so many hub iterations used by bike manufacturers, often unbranded. According to the Specialized Bike Archive, the 2009 Allez Elite Rear Hub was a 'Specialized forged alloy, 32h, double sealed ball bearings, cassette, QR'. To find out which is the correct replacement we would probably need to go directly to Specialized so please let us know if you would like to go ahead on this basis in which cause we will need a few further details, ie home address, postcode and a contact telephone number.
Q. Hi can you tell me which free wheel hub i would need to buy for a Specislized tri cross sport 2009?
A. Freehub bodies aren't easy to identify unfortunately so we would probably need to go to Specialized to see if they can help us. If you would like to go ahead on this basis please supply a few further details ie, home address, postcode and a contact telephone number and go from there.
Q. This fitting looks the same as the Formula freehub I bought last week. The image does not show the other side. Is this freehub suitable for cartridge type bearings?
A. Thanks for your question. Unfortunately these freehub bodies are only suitable for cup and cone style bearings.
Q. Hi, Which of these would be suitable for a Rockhopper Pro that has a Specialized stout cup and cone bearing rear hub ?
A. We don't have a definitive guide as to which Specialized bikes each freehub fits. If however you let us know the year model of bike you have and your address details we can contact Specialized to find out. This would take a couple of days.

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