Lezyne GPS O-Ring Set

Lezyne GPS O-Ring Set
Lezyne GPS O-Ring Set
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GPS O-Ring Set by Lezyne
Freshen up a wobbly GPS mount with the Lezyne GPS O-Ring Set, which contains four o-rings (two large, two small) to fix up your setup and keep your GPS solidly affixed to your bars.

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SKU: LED003C
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