I had them on for a while. They looked really nice when I installed them, but the finish started to flake off leaving a dull finish on half of them. I called customer support and got the response that"we have never heard of that before". I mailed them some of the corroding links and got a letter in response saying it wasn't a manufacturer problem and they would do nothing since it was still functional. Nice customer support. So my review is this, if you are buying them for the looks, think about what I offered with the corrosion. If you are buying them for the shifting performance, skip them and buy Gore Ride-On cables as they shift 10 times better. If you are buying them for a weight savings, take a leak before you ride and you will save more weight.
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