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Cutter 9 Speed Chain

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MSRP : $40.00

Product Description

You kept your old chain on through the winter -no sense ruining a brand new one on salty, dirty roads. Spring has sprung, so clean off your whip, and put on the Cutter 9 Speed Chain. The Cutter chain is made of nickel-plated steel, and features a PTFE coating to keep it spinning smoothly. The 9 Speed Chain weighs in at only 287 grams -more than 20 grams lighter than other nine-speed chains.

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