Rotor Shimano Screw Cover Set

Rotor Shimano Screw Cover Set
Rotor Shimano Screw Cover Set
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Shimano Screw Cover Set by Rotor
You're just upgrading your crankset with Rotor's oval chainrings, and the Rotor Shimano Screw Cover Set is the final piece of the puzzle to completing that speedy ovalized look. The Dura-Ace covers pair seamlessly with your Dura-Ace 9000 crankset, while the Ultegra option will work with both Ultegra 6800 and 105 5800 cranksets to get you out on the road and efficiently spinning the pedals.

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SKU: RTR002F
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