Power Cords Cables Extras

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MSRP : $69.00

Product Description

The PowerCordz brake cable and housing set features a synthetic fiber construction called Zylon HM or PBOThat is designedTo strongerThan steel andTwice as strong as Kevlar, while saving you weight atThe sameTime. Road Brake Compatible: Diameter/Length: 1.7mm x 1.7m - Brake Cordz are compatible with allTypes of 5mm housing and work best when used with high quality alloy ferrules. Pre-lubed Kevlar Housing Published Weight: 45g/m - An uncut 1.8m section weighs 72g Diameter

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