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Lightweight
Di2 Front Junction Bracket

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Junction, junction.

If you're looking for a sleek way to mount your Shimano Di2 junction box, Lightweight has a solution with this elegant, carbon, Front Junction Bracket. It mounts like a 6 mm headset spacer and neatly puts your Di2 junction box out of the way beneath your stem.

Claimed weight is 7 g. Compatible with 1 1/8” steerers.

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Lightweight Di2 Front Junction Bracket
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by iacalentin
san antonio, Texas
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Keeps everything secure and in place. Very convenient. Looks more organized. Highly recommend for Di2.

Reviewed 2/13/2017
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Love this product!
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by Randy
Cycling Enthusiast
California

I have one of these on both my DI2 bikes. Outstanding product and price at WesternBikeWorks.

Reviewed 4/10/2017
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Perfect for getting rid of Shimano setup.
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by FeltF2rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Lynnwood Wa
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I had bought a new stem, carbon version of what I already had. The Shimano mount band wasn't long enough. Decided this would eleminate ever having this issue again if any changes were to occur later. The box snaps right in and it looks better than a strap around the stem. It does what I need it to do and it looks great although maybe a little pricey.

Reviewed 2/20/2017
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