Yokozuna Derailleur Cables

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High-grade raw materials, flexibility, strength,Tight construction and quality control, all properties of a Yokozuna cable. You can actually feelThe difference betweenThese and a low cost cable just byTouch! High grade stainless steelTightly wound Smoother feelThan PTFE coated cables Includes crimp Made in Japan Length 2100mm

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