Jagwire Basics Cables

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Jagwire Basics Brake Cable Cables are pre-stretched Cables are double-ended, 1 for Mountain, 1 forShimano-style Road Item Specifications Width 1.6 mm Length 1650 mm Intended Use Mountain,Road

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