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WTB Chainstay Protector Extras

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Weight : 6 grams


Product Description

  • Maximum protection optimally shaped for most chainstays using expensive and exotic frame materials
  • Extra thick, shock absorbent rubber provides excellent noise dampening and protects chainstays from chain slap

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