Nokon Cables

Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.

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nikh
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by nikh

Has anyone used these what are your opinions?
I've just ordered the Nokon KONKAVEX shift cable set MTB/Touring bike 18k gold Limited Edition from Gypzybike.com!
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Frankie - B
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by Frankie - B

Ah good choice!

Shorter cables and smaller "loops". Smooth shifting too! The gold will match your bike perfectly! They live a lifetime except for the liners. And to set it up could take some time! :wink:
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by karlux

Could be better, but I love them!

I have all the cable in linner so no mud can get in, it is pretty cool!

Minuss - you can't easily disasmble them to clean, but if do it then they will work forever!

Finally back... been a busy for some time!
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by elendil

I like them, too. Once installed => no trouble for a long time. Perfect function, easy to maintain.

I ride them on both my Bergwerk Mercury (silver) and my Nicolai Helius CC (black), for thousands of kms in any condition without any problems.

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by yoko

The best bike cables in my humble opinion. Once you tried it your hook. Very smooth and light!!!

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by nikh

Good news, thanks guys.
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