Pro Slick, Polished, Shift Cable
Pro Slick, Polished, Shift Cable
Pro Slick, Polished, Shift Cable

Pro Slick, Polished, Shift Cable

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                   Universal - Thoughtfully crafted to work on just about any bicycle. This versatile gear slots right into place.         Shift - Contains everything required for a complete service of shift system.

    • ​Polished, die-extruded stainless steel
    • Low friction for excellent shifting performance
    • Compatible with all performance housing, lubricant, and end cap combinations
    • Cables are tinted gold for easy identification



    Cable Ends

      STS-PS - pre-stretched, polished, slick stainless steel spiral-bound cables

      Pro Polished Slick Stainless

      Slick stainless cables undergo a polishing process to further remove imperfections. This creates a smoother surface with lower friction than PTFE-coated cables. With no coating, these are highly durable and compatible with all performance housings and lubricants. Typically used on high-end bikes, by riders wanting improved performance. The gold tint is applied for easy identification.

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      Thanks again for the amazing service ! I cannot thank all the guys at SpokeX for building me a killer set of wheels. They were super easy do deal with and I would gladly support them again ! Super great experience and I think I will have to order another set for my DH bike !! You guys rock !

      Damon B.

      After having wheels backorder for nearly 5 months I canceled the order and ordered new wheels through SpokeX. My wheels arrived less than 2 weeks later just in time for my Bentonville trip. These guys earned my business for sure!

      Michael C.

      Dope shop, staff is on point .. Got some good info on wheels, hubs, etc. They even worked on the same wheel off my bike three times until they figured out it was the off brand valve I used that was causing the slow leak...replaced it with a Muc-Off and been rolling good since.

      Albert J.