Power Cords Derailleur Cables

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Power Cordz are Over 75% Lighter Than Steel Cables. Non-Corrosive, smooth, & responsive fingertip control means Power Cordz outperform steel cables in accuracy and durability for a superior shifting and braking experience.

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MTB Derailleur & Cassette with Force Shifters?

I recently moved my race MTB from 2x10 to XX1. I have a Specialized Crux Expert Carbon Disc. I'd like to move the X-9 Rear Derailleur and XG-1080 Cassette over to the cross bike... it has Force Double Tap shifters. I think it's possible; anyone know of any reason I might run into trouble? Thanks!Read More »

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