Ibis Mountain Derailleur Hanger

Ibis Mountain Derailleur Hanger
Ibis Mountain Derailleur Hanger
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Mountain Derailleur Hanger by Ibis
The Mojo HD and SL-R are fun bikes, and we often find ourselves lured many miles away from the trailhead by the siren call of unexplored routes. If you're like us and like to get deep into the woods, you should have one of these Thru-Axle Derailleur Hangers in your repair kit in case of the unlikely event that you'd bend or break the hanger on your ride.

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SKU: IBS0019
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