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Alligator Sleek Glide Cable Kit

ITEM NUMBER: 050 ALISG8
PRICE POINT:
$16.98
MSRP:
$35.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Alligator Sleek Glide Cable Kit

Silver mesh braided fiber with compressionless housing structure for precision shifting. High carbon steel spiral housing for increased structural rigidity delivers responsive braking action.

Combined with sleek (P.T.F.E.) coated ULTRA low friction cables. Available for mountain and road bikes for brakes & gear.

  • P.T.F.E. coated cables
  • Enhance smooth shifting & braking by reducing friction
  • Self-lubrication
  • All weather sealed ferrules
  • Front cable: 1500mm/59in, Rear cable: 2000mm/78in
  • 5mm housing diameter

Due to manufacturer restrictions we can only ship this item within the U.S.

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Q: Since I'll have to cut this into multiple segments,can you please tell me how many ferrules are included? Thanks.

A: 3 ferrules & 7 shield tip ferrules = used where you don't want contaminants to enter the cable end.


   
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Good cables - Aug 11, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Centereach, NY

I put these on my new niner to bling it up a little. Cables work great, same resistance as stock shimano cables. Just enough jacket for my niner shifters I had 3" left over. I cut easily with aviation snips then poked an auger in the end to reshape it. worked great....

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Unimpressed - Jul 07, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
New York, NY

The shifter housing is roughly the same diameter as standard brake housing, so I couldn't install it in a SRAM road shifter unless I removed the ferrule from the shifter end. I tried using the oddly shaped ferrules that were included and a standard ferrule for brake housing. Without a ferrule, the end of the housing isn't seated snugly against the inside of the shifter. I could see it moving when I was adjusting the derailleur before I wrapped the bars. Plus it seemed like there was some compression in the housing so it was hard to adjust the derailleur to stay in the largest cog. I had to overtighten the bolts to keep the coated derailleur cables from slipping. The front still slipped though. Would not recommend.

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