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Alligator Slick Stainless Cable

ITEM NUMBER: 050 ALISL6
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Alligator Slick Stainless Cable

Alligator Slick Stainless Cable are formed with flat surfaces for reduced friction. Pre-stretched for precise braking and shifting.

  • Shifter Length: 2000 mm
  • Brake Length: 1700 mm

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Buy More Pay Less - Apr 16, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Nate K.
Twin Cities, MN

I have not had the fraying issues that other reviewers experienced. My trusty ( http://www.pricepoint.com/Brand/Titan/Titan-Cable-and-Housing-Cutter.axd ) perform well with these cables. Buy a bunch cheap and be the goto cable guy for your friends. The more you buy the cheaper they are too.

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Great! - Apr 09, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
ANTHONY F.
Newton, MA

Great cables, and cheap enough to keep a couple on hand!

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I like Shimano more - Nov 22, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars
MATTHEW H.
SAN MARCOS, TX

Fairly priced but I think they fray more than the shimano cables. Plus, you have to cut the end before running it through housing which can cause it to fray and is then exasperated by the housing.

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Decent but frays - Nov 22, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars
MATTHEW H.
SAN MARCOS, TX

I feel the Shimano cables are more fray-resistant. However, still works well.

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I prefer Shimano - Nov 22, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
MATTHEW H.
SAN MARCOS, TX

Fairly priced but I think they fray more than the shimano cables. Plus, you have to cut the end before running it through housing which can cause it to fray and is then exasperated by the housing.

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Frays when cut - May 23, 2013

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2 out of 5 stars
JAMES W.
LAWRENCE, MA

I have used many of these cables and the brake cable is usable but the shifter cable, which must be cut to use as both ends are terminated with different style tips, frays almost every time and can be unusable. I don't recommend the shifter cable at all. The type that are terminated at one end only are much better as the unterminated end is finished so it threads through all shifter types and cable housing easily.

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