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Product description

Color:Sx11sl Rainbow

The chain link is a magic buckle, easy to disassemble, easy to clean, and reusable
Special forged steel, repeated forging, strict control of materials, ensuring strength
Surface polished, internal oil injection
Professional equipment test interval, professional technical test data
Material: Steel
Color: colorful
Application: It can be used for mountain bikes, road bikes and folding bikes.
Model: SX9SL, SX10SL, SX11SL and SX12SL
Type: Hollow (the inner plate, outer plate and pin are hollow)
Weight: SX9SL 273g (with box 410g); SX10SL 254g (with box 389g); SX11SL 238g (with box 374g); SX12SL 252g (391g with box)
Packing size: 24cm × 9.5cm × 3cm
Model: SX9EL, SX10EL, SX11EL and SX12EL
Type: Semi-hollow (the inner and outer plates are hollow)
Weight: SX9EL 281g (with box 418g); SX10EL 265g (403g with box); SX11EL 252g (394g with box); SX12EL 258g (398g with box)
Packing size: 24cm × 9.5cm × 3cm
Model: SX9, SX10, SX11, SX12 and S99
Weight: SX9 290g (with box 334g); SX10 271g (317g with box); SX11 254g (with box 298g); SX12 264g (308g with box); S99 278g (321g with box)
Packing size: 25cm × 9cm × 3cm
our service:
We love our customers and we love communication. If you have any questions or questions about our products or delivery time, please feel free to contact us and we will reply within 24 hours.
Please note: After installation, please try a few laps before riding
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