Reynolds have used a variety of hubs for their wheels – at one point they were made by Hadley, then White Industries, then a cheap Chinese hub, and now a combination of DT Swiss and the no-name Chinese.
This particular hub was made by Hadley in the USA – I’m not 100% sure on the dates these hubs were used but they’re fairly rare and swapping from the Campagnolo body to Shimano was proving difficult for their owner.
It took a bit of time but after contacting me I managed to find a used freehub body at one of my suppliers in the USA and I had it shipped over with an order.
As is the case with a lot of hubs the Shimano and Campy versions are dished differently. Back-in-the-day there would have been a Shimano endcap for this hub to accomidate this different dish but no such luck with the used freehub body so I made a 2.5mm spacer on the lathe to sit between the endcap and bearing preload adjuster. You can see the thin silver ring in the photo of the non-driveside of the hub.
After re-dishing and truing the wheels it’s now on it’s way back to Masterton for some racing.