Ibis Dropper Post Ports

Ibis Dropper Post Ports
Ibis Dropper Post Ports
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Dropper Post Ports by Ibis
Run your dropper post cables cleanly with the Ibis Dropper Post Ports. Designed to pair with your HD3, Mojo 3, or Ripley frame for crisp lines and uninterrupted functioning, these ports are easy to install so you can get out and play in the dirt.

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SKU: IBS002L
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