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Old 10-07-15, 11:28 AM
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Shimano M700 Deore XT Deerhead thumb shifters

Shimano M700 thumb shifters in good shape. They work great I just don't need them.

$65 shipped OBO



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Friction or indexed?
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Ratcheting friction
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Ratcheting friction
These are the kind that ratchet both ways, correct?
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These are the kind that ratchet both ways, correct?
I believe so but will have to check.
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