Yokozuna Derailleur Cables

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MSRP : $6.65


Product Description

High-grade raw materials, flexibility, strength,Tight construction and quality control, all properties of a Yokozuna cable. You can actually feelThe difference betweenThese and a low cost cable just byTouch! High grade stainless steelTightly wound Smoother feelThan PTFE coated cables Includes crimp Made in Japan Length 2100mm



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Ritchey Road Logic front derailleur size

I'm going to be getting the frameset in 2 months. I'm going to dress it up with a 7900 group that I have. And Ritchey cockpit and seatpost/saddle of course! What about the front derailleur size? I have a 34.9 band on which I doubt would work.Read More »

SRAM rear derailleur & pulleys

I'm overhauling son's bike, with SRAM Apex drive train. When re-assembling the rear derailleur cage & pulleys, I noticed the top pulley does [U]not[/U] have the intentional side-to-side play found in Shimnao & Campy deraillers. I believe this feature is (or was) a Shimano patent to facilitate index ... Read More »

Sram Red 11 speed yaw front derailleur

Just wondering what the difference is between the 10 and 11 speed yaw front derailleur? I'm sure the cage is narrower on the 11 speed. I wanted to order the 10 speed but the supplier I deal with only has the 11 speed in stock. 10 speed won't be in stock until later in the month. Would the 11 spee ... Read More »

Centaur Power Torque Triple Front Derailleur issue

This is a real frustrating issue I have a mixed Campagnolo set on the new Soma. Every thing works splendidly well except the front derailleur. I started with the current 2013 QS derailleur recommended for this crank but when the head mechanic at the local shop tried to install it. It would eith ... Read More »

Rear derailleur cannot be indexed correctly

Symptoms: rear Dura Ace 7800 will not index correctly. If I set the cable tension such that the chain will move from small to largest cog smoothly, then going from largest to smallest cog will be very slow (clank clank clank!) and sometimes it will take two shifts for the chain to move down 1 small ... Read More »

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