Cane Creek Helm Decal Kit

Cane Creek Helm Decal Kit
Cane Creek Helm Decal Kit
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Helm Decal Kit by Cane Creek
You've got your Cane Creek Helm suspension fork. You love the stiff chassis and the buttery-smooth damping. Something is missing though--color matching decals. Customize the color of your Helm decals to match your bike, because matching colors only make you faster. Each kit comes with three stickers: one for each of the fork legs and a matching one for the arch.

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SKU: CNE002H
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