Cane Creek Locking Grip

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MSRP : $30.00


Product Description

Cane Creek Locking Grips Combo Pack for Grip Shift. Two precision-machined clamps lock the grip in place with the simple turn of a hex bolt. No glue or cutting, ever. Available in standard and twist shift lengths. ODI Lock-On System Compatible.

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