Shimano Dura-Ace Shift Cable Cables

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $20.00


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Product Description

The best fit for Shimano components although they will work with all other road brakes as well. The brake cable set includes one 1400mm long housing 5mm wide one 800mm housing one 1000mm long 1.6mm wide stainless cable one 1700mm stainless cable two cable crimps and two ferrules. Sealed from the elements. The brake cable end fits road bike levers only. Gray housing. 178 grams uncut.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Amfoto1 a Commuter

Date Reviewed: March 10, 2010

Strengths:    High quality, pre-lubricated, works very well with Shimano stuff (of course), have used it with SRAM, too. Better than most cables.

Weaknesses:    Seems to only be available in gray. Can be expensive... shop around. Precut housing at rear derailleur is a bit short.

Bottom Line:   
Dura Ace shifter cables are generally excellent... so long as you like gray housings. These are precut... The front sometimes need trimming... The rear derailleur length is sometimes a bit short, resulting in a bit too tight loop where it dives into the barrel adjuster. Best to cut with proper cable snips. Be sure to file or grind the housing end square, then use an awl or something else pointy to open up the inner housing. IMO, Dura Ace cables are consistently about the best on the market.

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Favorite Ride:   Any that I don't fall down

Price Paid:    $20.00

Purchased At:   LBS, online, eBay

Similar Products Used:   All sorts of cables, from the cheapest to other high quality.

Bike Setup:   Primary rider: Look 565 w/Ultegra 6600 group. Also Look 555 "nude carbon" with Sram Force. Yokota Yosemite w/Deore LX. Trek 7200 w/mixed cheap Shimano/Sram. Under construction: 2009 Look 586 Pro Team.



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