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  1. #1
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    Anyone know where to get "Dry Cables" in Canada?

    I'm really interested in getting a set of Dry Cables shift cables, but I can't seem to find a reasonable price after calculating shipping to Canada!

    drycables.com wants me to spend $50.00+ to have the pair of cables shipped from USA to Canada.

    Does anyone know where I can get my hands on this product for a more reasonable price?
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  2. #2
    red-headed maniac
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    full housing?

    why not just run full housing? this "dry cables" system will be marginally lighter, but there's also less protection from branches rocks etc.

    or just run full liner. there are plenty of cables out there that come with ca. 10ft of liner, which is plenty to do your whole bike.

    seems like a gimick to me!
    WOO BIKES!!

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