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Item # DTS0035


Direct mount rear derailleurs, MatchMaker lever mounts, and SRAM's new XX1 drivetrain are all examples of mountain biking's current simplification trend. And if you're going to take advantage of the reduction in weight and complexity of SRAM's new 1x11 drivetrain, you'll need a wheelset that's compatible with its cassette. Don't worry, this isn't as daunting as it sounds. All that's needed in order to make DT Swiss's 180, 190, 240, or 350 hubs compatible with XX1, is to swap out the existing freehub body with a XD Driver.

The DT Swiss XD Driver can be changed without tools, but it doesn't include end caps.

  • Update your drivetrain to the simplicity of one-by
  • Designed to work with SRAM XX1 11-speed drivetrains
  • Tool-free installation is home mechanic-friendly
  • Compatible with DT Swiss 180, 190, 240, and 350 hubs
  • Doesn't include end caps

Tech Specs

DT Swiss 180, 190, 240, and 350 hubs
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited 2 year

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DT with XD

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The XD driver allows the mounting of SRAM 11 and 12speed cassettes with a 10t small ring. The DT Swiss XD driver is well made and utilizes super smooth bearings.

Unanswered Question

I have a 2014 Specialized Stumpjumper Comp hardtail with the stock wheels (roval rims/dt Swiss spokes/ specialized hi lo rear 135mm QR). Will this freehub work on my wheel so I can fit the Sram 10-42 cassette? If not, is there one for sale here that will? Thanks!

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Pretty simple to switch out. It can be difficult to pull the end caps off, it takes a little force to pop um off. Goes back together way easier.

I have a Giant P-XC 2 29er wheelset - I believe the rear hub is a DT Swiss 350 OE hub and would be compatible with this freewheel body, but can anyone confirm this will definitely work before I pull the trigger? TIA!

Yes, this will work just fine.

Unanswered Question

I have a DT Swiss 350 Hub with X01 and the proper XD Driver already, however I'm looking to upgrade it to the 36 tooth star ratchet. I've found the conversion kit, but it cost more than this advertised price, just wondering if this hub is 18 or 36 tooth star ratchet, might just swap the entire hub, less fuss, less work, less money at this price?

My frame spacing is 150,My dt swiss 350...

My frame spacing is 150,My dt swiss 350 hub is 150,and the only freehub I can find is 12x142 . Do I use spacers to make up the 8mm difference?

Best Answer

The 150mm spacing is determined by your hubshell; the freehub body is the same standard for all spacings. Make sure you have a 12mm axle.

Will it work on the DT's 1600 wheels?

Will it work on the DT's 1600 wheels?

Best Answer

According to the DT Swiss manual ( , page 32) both the DT 1600 SPLINE 26" and 29" utilize the "Ratchet System" freehub body which would be interchangeable with this XX1 version. If you're wheelset is truly the "1600" then I would say this product would allow you to use the XX1 or X01 cassette on your current wheelset.

Does the job

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I recently upgraded my Yeti SB66 with XX1 and put this freehub body on my DT Swiss 1600 wheels. It worked perfectly. Cheaper and easier than a whole new wheelset.