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Shimano Shift Cable Sets

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There are plenty of great reasons to spend top dollar to outfit your bike with Shimano Dura-Ace componentry. One of the best reasons is the shifting quality -- the telepathic, nearly friction-free transition between gears is a signature trait of Dura-Ace.

That amazing shifting isn't just a function of the mechanical brilliance of Dura-Ace STI, but it's also thanks to the tremendous quality SIS cable and housing Shimano reserves for Dura-Ace. Thankfully, they offer a Dura-Ace shift cable and housing kit -- it's identical to what comes with a set of STI levers. This is a complete set of Dura-Ace shift cables and and housings, with the appropriate cable tips and ferrules -- in other words, this set is enough for one entire bike. And please note that while Dura-Ace cables are compatible with any Shimano STI lever, they are not compatible with Campagnolo Ergopower levers.

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5 5

I'm shifting better

I used these to do some much-needed repairs on my 19 year old mountain bike. What is there to say? Shimano makes good stuff, and the price was great on Huck.

I'm shifting better

What shifter cable do I need for my JEEP...

What shifter cable do I need for my JEEP Cherokee Mountain bike?

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You need a Standard Shift Cable your local bike shop should have one for less than 5 bucks

I have Deore XT components does it matter...

I have Deore XT components does it matter that these are for XTR? Just need to replace the front shifter cable?

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This set is for housing, cables, and all that magic jazz. Go talk to your local bike shop and pickup a cable there. They should cost ~$3, and sometimes they're even nice enough to throw it on for you.