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Shimano
Inner Shift Cable

Mfg PartNum:Y60098100
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Shimano's Inner Shift Cable features a strong and weather resistant zinc coated steel construction.

  • Compatible with all Shimano/SRAM style shifters
  • Zinc coating
  • 1.2mm diameter
  • 2100mm length
  • Includes one inner cable
  • Housing not included

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Easy installation
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Boston MA

more than enough length

Reviewed 1/7/2017
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Works as advertised
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by Anonymous

Good product

Reviewed 8/13/2018
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Good for the rest of us
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Oakland, CA

None of that coated business. A simple and clean product, shimano quality. If you're not running Dura Ace or XTR, this is the shifting cable for you.

Reviewed 5/11/2020
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great quality 1.2mm inner shift cable
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
san diego county

have to modify the end to fit my suntour shifters, which use the small button end. if you have problems with cable robustness in a particular portion of the cable (or simply to keep the end from fraying), simply take your trusty soldering tool, some flux, and some lead-free low temp solder and tin the cable. use a file to smooth the cable surfacemaintain clearance for the casing. this will make the cable monolithic at those vulnerable spots and far more resistant to failure or fraying. i tin all the ends on all my cables, and always use end caps to keep from stabbing myself- can be super painful! i use white glue (rtv will eventually clog) to place caps so they are easy to remove replace/when servicing. happy trails!

Reviewed 2/29/2020
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Good shifter cable
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by Paul
Competitive Racer
MD

I installed these cables on a SRAM drivetrain and the shifting is smooth. The cables do have a coating that comes off during installation. I thought this frizz was a defect, or that I had done something wrong, but later read online that this is a feature of these particular cables. The frizz looks janky but doesn't affect performance so I don't stress over it.

Reviewed 4/7/2019
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Does the job for a reasonable price.
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by User Hostile
Cycling Enthusiast
Central Coast, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Typical derailleur cable, presume that Shimano's quality is going to be a tad higher than your generic inner shift cable, so willing to spend a little extra.

My bomber bike uses a Shimano Altus front derailleur which being your bottom line basic component lacks some nuanced features that higher priced components employ. This particular FD flexes the cable at a small angle as you shift between chain-rings. Eventually, our friend, metal fatigue starts snapping the individual wires on the cable and you know the rest....

(this occurs pretty quickly, occasionally, I'll check for broken wires and replace the cable. In one case, I examined the cable and no breaks were observed-two days later, bink)

After a couple of these return home rides in the 34-14 gear, I started buying these in bulk and carrying a spare in my seat post bag. When the sordid event occurs, it's a five minute fix, and allows me to continue the ride with at least two of the triple chain-ring set. I've always bought the bike shops, but decided to buy on-line in bulk to skip the drivebike. Get about a thousand miles on the cable before the bink

Reviewed 3/9/2015
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solid, tried and true quality
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by OaktownCyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
Oakland, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Good quality. I prefer JagWire now, though.

Reviewed 6/19/2014
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Shimano quality at a bargain basement price, when on sale.
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
San Jose, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Shimano quality at a bargain basement price, when on sale. These cables are as good as any I have used. At the sale price, you might as well stock up. During cross season I might need to change out cables a couple of times so it's nice to have extras on hand.

Reviewed 10/2/2013
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works great
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by JustAGuy
Competitive Racer
Louisville, KY
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Great shift cables, always good to keep a few extras around the shop for cable swaps. I particularly like that shimano melts the very tip of the cable so it doesn't fray as you're running it through your housing.

Reviewed 8/8/2013
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Keeps my commuter bike shifting
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by All season in PDX
Cycling Enthusiast
PDX
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I install new shift cables a couple times a year, to prevent them from breaking while I am on my way to work, which would be devastating. These cables work great for me.

Reviewed 3/8/2013
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