Gamut USA Chainguide Chain Accessories

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MSRP : $119.99

Product Description

The Gamut G25 Chain Retention System was designed specifically for 4-cross and dual slalom riding with a lightweight yet durable construction. Specifically developed for 4-cross and dual slalom Simple and lightweight system uses an aluminum 1/8

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