Shimano Stainless Derailleur Cable

Shimano Stainless Derailleur Cable
Shimano Stainless Derailleur Cable
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Stainless Derailleur Cable by Shimano
A skipping cassette and glitchy shifting quickly turns a joyful ride into one we can't wait to end. Shimano's Stainless Derailleur Cable gets our drivetrain back in line and easily replaces your worn-out cable to get back on the road. The 1. 32mm thick cable provides smooth and reliable shifting for all the miles yet to come.

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SKU: SHIU17H
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