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Item # SNT0027

Always double down on an ace.

The good folks at Stan's NoTubes make it easy to convert your rear wheel to the new SRAM XX1 11-speed group with the Stans XD Driver for a fraction of the cost of a new wheelset. Just pop off your 10-speed freehub body and install the XD Driver. Stan's even included the drive side end cap for your particular axle.

The Stan's NoTubes XD Driver is available in four sizes–135/10mm, 135/12mm, 135/9mm, and 142/12mm.

  • XX1 compatible
  • No need to replace wheelset

Tech Specs

Material:
aluminum
Compatibility:
Stan's 3.30 hub
Recommended Use:
one-upping your wheels

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For any Stan's wheel that's running SRAM, you'll need this sweet little ditty installed on the hub for compatibility. The best part? It's machined well enough to withstand a nuclear blast (I think -- haven't had a chance to try that test yet) and runs smoothly and silently, which is the hallmark of the best parts.

Will this free hub work on my Specialized...

Will this free hub work on my Specialized Roval Traverse wheel. Bike is a 2013 Stumpy Evo Comp. Trying to convert to xx1.

This hub is just for the stan's no tubes wheelset. They make their own special hub, you will have to contact Specialized to get the XX1 hub.

No need for a new wheelset

    Easy installation, quick hub engagement, and cheaper than a lot of other options. I haven't ridden enough to warant servicing it yet, but I have no reason to think there will be any issues when I do.