Shimano PTFE Coated Road Brake Cable

Shimano PTFE Coated Road Brake Cable
Shimano PTFE Coated Road Brake Cable
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PTFE Coated Road Brake Cable by Shimano
Replace your worn brake cable and revitalize your stopping power with the Shimano PTFE Coated Road Brake Cable. This cable serves up both durability and smooth brake-pull action, making it a top-of-the-line enhancement to cable longevity and crisp stopping power. Developed for Dura-Ace 7900, the stainless-steel PTFE Coated Brake Cable is compatible with all other Shimano cable-actuated road braking systems.

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