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Kore Performance Saddle

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Kore Performance Rail Saddle 2011. Saddles. ?Length: 280mm ?Width (widest part): 135mm ?Adjustment range: 30mm ?Anatomic Feature: channel ?Foam Detail: 10mm (performance) Light PU ?Rail Detail: hollow Cr-Mo ?Cover: microfiber ?Logo: debossed on base, embossed / debossed cover ?Weight: 251g

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