Clark's Cables.

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Opinions and or feedback? Are they any good?
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blueturtle
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by blueturtle

Used Clarks inner and outer cables on my winter bike for the last couple of years. Had no problems with them. Good value for money in my opinion.

by Weenie


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corky
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by corky

Good simple base line product......not the lightest not the slickest but they work.

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silvalis
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by silvalis

Try lifeline performance cables as an alternative. Surprisingly good.
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hkgmatt
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by hkgmatt

I've been happy with Clarks and would happily choose them again.

talltales
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by talltales

Any reason not just getting shimano stainless or optislick, assuming its shimano in the first place. Most other brands are 1.1mm vs Shimano 1.2. Price difference i minimal. Im not getting it.

jeanjacques
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by jeanjacques

Clark's have alloy housing, one of the lightest option.

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