First of all, the hubs pictured are Uniglide
, not Hyperglide hubs. They won't take a Hyperglide cassette without modification, and because the thread size is unique to Dura Ace, at least the smallest sprocket must be from a Dura Ace Uniglide cassette.
If you're unclear about the difference between Uniglide and Hyperglide, Sheldon has a summary here:
The freehub body can be changed for a Hyperglide model, but (as sletti
rightly says) only
a Dura Ace 7403 Hyperglide body. Dura Ace 7400-series hubs had a unique freehub body attachment that also requires a special tool. No non-Dura-Ace body will fit. See Sheldon's summary here:
If you're actually talking about Hyperglide
hubs, then you can use any 8, 9, or 10-speed cassette, as long as the smallest sprocket is bigger than 11t.
Older Dura Ace is nice kit, but compatibility can be a bit of a minefield. Ultegra/600 often makes more sense for a bike that's going to be ridden.
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