Ibis Front Derailleur Mount Cover Plate

Ibis Front Derailleur Mount Cover Plate
Ibis Front Derailleur Mount Cover Plate
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Front Derailleur Mount Cover Plate by Ibis
Now that you've converted your Ibis to a one-by with a successful front derailleur-ectomy, you've got a gaping hole where your late chain mover used to be. Do the decent thing and finish the job with the Front Derailleur Mount Cover Plate.

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SKU: IBS001L
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