Pivot DW-Link Protector

Pivot DW-Link Protector
Pivot DW-Link Protector
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DW-Link Protector by Pivot
While DW-link creates one of our favorite pedaling platforms, it is admittedly hard to clean. The lower link has a knack for attracting mud when rides get a little wet, or worse -- rocks that can damage paint and the linkage. Keep your DW-link protected with the Pivot's DW-Link Protector. Its easy to install by folding into a "U", removing the paper backing from the two side tabs (make sure to leave the center rectangle in tact), and sliding it into position to fix across the linkage. This little fender of sorts will keep rocks, dirt, and debris from making its way into your linkage, making cleaning and maintenance easier, and keeping the finish on your bike in like-new condition for longer.

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SKU: PIV006O
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