Ibis Mojo Lower Shock Mount Bolt

Ibis Mojo Lower Shock Mount Bolt
Ibis Mojo Lower Shock Mount Bolt
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Mojo Lower Shock Mount Bolt by Ibis
This is the bolt that you'll need should you lose yours under the workbench (most likely), or bend it (could happen--should an asteroid could crash into you on your next ride). Anyway, the Mojo Lower Shock Mount Bolt is 8mm x 60mm. 28 grams

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SKU: IBS0022
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