Jagwire Pro Shift Cable Kit

Jagwire Pro Shift Cable Kit
Jagwire Pro Shift Cable Kit
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Pro Shift Cable Kit by Jagwire
Decking out your ride with matching chain rings, cranks, pedals, and grips is just half of the job when it comes to a fully decked-out color-matched rig. Step it up to the next level with the Jagwire Pro Shift Cable Kit. This kit gets your ride shifting crisp, and looking good in little time, with pro-level polished cabled that are combined with slick-lube liners for enhanced shifting precision, and long lasting durability. This kit works for both mountain and road bikes, and is compatible with SRAM and Shimano front and rear derailleurs. The Jagwire Pro Shift Cable Kit scales in under most stock shift cables, claiming to be 30% lighter, and substantially stronger than most stock cables. The kit is available in ten different colors, so no matter your ride and style of choice, its easy to brighten up even the brightest rides, or keep your stealth machine looking slick.

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