Their goal is to provide excellent products and satisfactory service to their customers. They will do their best for you if you have any questions. The bike shift derailleur cable and brake cable are made of quality material, they are heat and rust resistant, and they are great for long-term use. Variable speed cable set has a 2 m transmission cable shell that is 4mm thick, front transmission length is , interior wire of rear variable speed is 2.2 m, their length can be clipped to a proper size that meets your needs. The front brake cable is 1.1 m and the rear brake cable is 1.8 cm. You will get a 2 m transmission cable shell, 2 pieces inner variable speed cable, 1 piece 2.5 m brake wire outer tube, 6 pieces O rings, 8 pieces tail ends, and 21 pieces cable. The scope includes mountain bike, road bike, small wheel bike, foldable bike, good for maintenance cables. You can clip the inappropriate end off if the brake line is double-headed.
👤It was installed and it worked perfectly. I needed to buy a specialty cable cutter. The thicker of the two cables is for your brakes. They give you enough to do two bikes with the double package and 5 times as many bits as I needed, so great value for the money. The blue is very bright and looks great on my bike. If you take it one cable at a time, remove the old cable but leave the housing alone and replace it from one end to the other, it's easy to install. Never done it before. I was able to figure it out by taking my time with the first couple, they're made to be good, so you can do it yourself if you don't know how.
👤The British Woodrup bicycle was built in the 1980s. The ancient brakes I was using did not work with these cabled. The drum at the tip of the cable was smaller than the drum on my old cable and therefore did not fit the brake handle mechanism. The job I was supposed to do myself had to be done at a bike shop, where they used the news cables, and they had to install new brake levers. The job cost more than I expected, and included cables and brake levers. These cables are not universal. If you have an old bike, even a top of the line one like I have from decades ago, you may run into the same trouble.
👤This set up was something we were very interested in. We were worried if the cables would fit our bike. It did. The cables come with two different ends, which is the greatest thing about this set up. The only thing you have to do is cut the end that is not for you. There were many ends and tidbits with this set up. Just buy it! It's the best bang for your buck. Bike stores charge a lot, and usually per item, not in a package deal like this.
👤My old schwinn is being fixed. Extra end caps, cable ends, and cable housing were included in the cables. I cut one piece too short and had plenty of extra to use. Update! I swapped the cables on my car and they worked perfectly. I need to buy these cables for my bike.
👤I am a bike restorer. I restore bikes. I have used these cables on several restorations. They look good and perform well.
👤The cables seem to be okay. The housings are small and the interior diameter is narrow. It is more likely that a cable will pinch or crimp in normal operation and that it will cause a decrease in brake performance. I don't recommend.
👤It was bought to replace cables on a vintage car. The cable and cable housing are of good quality. I would buy again.
👤There are 2 sets of cables. I only need the brake cables now, but I will need derailleur cables later.
The housing replacement control line set includes 1 x 2.5 m brake cable housing, 4 x inner brake cable, 3 x O-rings, 4 x tail ends, 4 x brake copper sleeves, 10 x brakerbox cap andSufficient quality to meet your needs of repairing your. It's ideal for steel. This cable cutter can cut up to 5/32" cable. It is used in a lot of home and industrial projects. The wire rope and crimper are recommended to be used with the aircraft. The bike brake cable cap end tips are included as a gift. The blade of the wire rope cutter has been hardened by high-frequency quenching and is sharp and durable. The steel wire cable can be used to make clean cuts. The safety lock is designed to prevent accidental opens and cuts. It is easy to use and carry. The product is a pre-designed cable railing system. Everything you need to build a cable railing project has been planned by them. If you want to read more about the product or the user guide, please scroll down. You can check out all their systems by clicking on "visit the Muzata Store" below the title. If you are a beginner or unsure how to do it, please reach them by clicking on "by Muzata" below. Their experts can do all the planning, designing, and estimating for you. You can buy all the materials in 3 minutes.
👤I took a chance on the reviews and looked for something that didn't cost more than my bike. The top brands are the best for this tool. This is very effective and easy to use. I used it to cut the housings. I think you'd be hard pressed to find a cutter that won't distort a hollow tube. A small punch or pick opens the hole and restores the shape. If you are looking for a practical, effective cable cutter at a reasonable price, you have found it.
👤I use several sets of these for bicycle repairs and they cut the cables cleanly. I have never had an issue with them. A family member needed to cut thin metal strips and couldn't find a tool to do it, so they bought another set. The job was done by these people. Excellent tool, good quality. There is a * I rely on people's reviews to make my own purchases on Amazon. I try to leave a review on every item I buy for the benefit of others. Click "helpful" below to read the review.
👤I was prepared for this to be a pretty good tool, but it was a bit rough around the edges. That wasn't the case. It's cheap and the edges are rough. It's not a very good tool. I put together two bikes using this. I had to redo the cut with a diagonal cutter because the rest of the cuts were clean. I don't want to send it back because it will use up resources, but it makes sense to donate it or put it in the bottom of the box when I can't find the Park one I'm about to buy.
👤I waited until I had used it a few times to review it. I have changed the brake cables on 2 bikes. The cutter works like new. I cut cables and sleeves to length and it works great. The Muzata cutter is the cleanest cutter I've tried, and it's the only one I've tried that uses a metal cutting blade. Very pleased!
👤I assumed that this would cut bikes cable housing. I cut my brake cables to length, and then probably my fourth or fifth cut on the housing, because the first cut didn't work. The cables are still cut, but don't expect them to cut the sheath. It was a mistake. There is a Hopefully they last long enough to be worth 15$. The spring mechanism is a rolled metal sheet and not very sharp. Careful.
👤It works and is a good price. I tried to crank it back and forth a few times to see if it loosened up. If you open the jaws wide enough, the spring will pop out. It is easy to fix. If you only squeeze, don't spread the jaws and rely on the springs to spread it. I like it because it is cheap and I can take it apart easily if I have to. Over a lifetime, I would probably cut 50 cables and at most 200 cables, so this is a very good price. I have not tried to cut cable housing, like another reviewer says, no matter how sharp, I expect a cutter will crush the cable a bit. If I ever need to cut the cable housing, I will use my dremel and a rotary cutter because I am an amateur with time on my hands.
They can adjust the size at will, and the specially designed Velcro won't cover the reflective strip, so no matter you are. Universal set is for mountain bikes or road bikes. The inner wires are made of steel. Black cable housing with 5mm 2 x Steel cables with a length of 1 x 1000mm and a length of 1 x 2050mm. 4 Ferrule's and 2 cable tips.
👤I'm surprised when I see people run cheaper cables. It makes no sense to save a few dollars and run cables cheaper than Shimano, for example, if you prefer comparable brands like Jagwire. There is a The kit includes two brake cables with compatible with mountain or road applications, one very long length of housing, 4 end caps for the housing, and two cable ends caps. I prefer 6 caps because I like to run caps into my brakes if possible, but 4 is enough, even if Campy requires it. I assure you that you'll have enough left over to run housing for your next application, if you're careful with how you cut your housing. You get a lot of housing in this kit. The kit can be installed in less than 30 minutes for anyone who is mechanically inclined. Less than 20 minutes if you work on bikes often. If you don't change out cables and housing often, you should use a good pair of cable/housing cutters. Don't use a specific cutter, just use a quality pair. If you don't, you're going to have a hard time cutting your housing and you'll end up damaging your cables. If you don't have a paid job and want something cheap, Amazon has a cheap pair of Stanley cutters as an add on that are perfectly fine for this type of application. There is a The kits are very easy to install. They are the cheapest cable and housing kits that are acceptable.
👤I didn't know how this would work with both Road bikes and off road bikes. I engaged the brain and figured it out. You have two cables, one short and one long, each with a end for a bike. You have to cut off one of the ends to use the cable. Road bike cable! You should have some cable cutting tools with you. There are a lot of cable cutter for sale on Amazon. Cut off the ends of the old cable if you don't want to throw it away. I think you will find your linesman ply to be less disreputable. You will find the housing crushed closed even with cable cutter. You should have awl on hand. The cable housing on my road bikes goes from the lever to the front of the frame. The cable goes from the back of the seat tube to the break. The kit comes with only 4 housing ends, so you need a total of 6. I checked with my local bike shop and they had a lot of loose things. I got two there. Problem 2 was found by me. The housing ends that come with the cables are too fat to work with my 105 brakes. I got two ends from the local bike shop and they worked just fine, so I decided to buy a couple of ends from the shop. There is a The housing is very smooth and seems to have a liner. There is a How complete is the kit, three stars.
The package has a dimensions of 2.311 L x 25.908 H x 9.398 W. The brake cable crimps are made of high quality aluminum alloy and are low in cost. The bike cable end caps can be used to protect the brake wire core and the speed change wire core from being torn apart by the cable wire ends. The cable end tips are suitable for all kinds of bikes. The best replacement for the worn cable end caps is the 0.08inch/ 0.2 cm hole.
👤I decided it was time to rebuild my 15 year old road bike since the cable ends were long gone and the cables were badly damaged. I had to buy a ton of ends for the two cables, but I found the ones that fit both. I bought them despite being skeptical. They work for both size cables.
👤I was able to fit this onto my bike brake wires. My wires are very damaged. I used the tool in the picture to grasp the wires and twist them into a tight uniform smoothness in order to fit into the opening of the wire cap thingy. I slowly moved the cap over the wires. I could feel the wires catching and gripping as I twisted it and it became secure as I wanted. I tried to smash the cap the same way as the original, but I couldn't do it with my tool. I don't want it to come off so I won't test how firm it is. I only care that the wires are capped. The first try was a success.
👤It's easy to crush without cracking, and have held for several months. Toxic poisoning from handling them has not killed me yet. So far, so good.
👤These are good for either shift or brake cables. That's all that matters.
👤These are ideal for cable replacements. Without a cable crimp the cable becomes unwound and the individual strands become like needles, impaling your skin where it may happen to contact them. Be safe! Control the ends of your cable.
👤Even though they will probably never be noticed, the colors are fun and they seemed to crimp fine using a pair of needle nose pliers. I use a bike cable that they have been installed on.
👤It was cheaper to buy this lot than it was to have a mechanic install it. I need to find a project for them.
👤If you see what you get, I have no complaints and expect them as I use them. I have used most of the ones that I have.
👤It's just what you need to finish the job.
If you are a beginner or unsure how to do it, please reach them by clicking on "by Muzata" below. Their experts can do all the planning, designing, and estimating for you. You can buy all the materials in 3 minutes. The brake and shifter cables are made with zinc-coated metal and are 1.5mm and 1.2mm in diameter, which will give you a better operation and a comfortable riding experience. You will get a complete replacement set, which includes brake cable, shifter cable, cable end crimps, silicone O-rings, and housing end caps. All your needs can be met with complete accessories parts. The barrel ended cables are easy to install. The cables can be cut to match the bikes. After installation, be sure to use the crimp to cover the cable end. A widely use bike brake & shifter cables kit is 888-282-0465. The inner cables are long enough to hold mountain bikes, road bikes, BMX bikes, folding bikes, and recreational bikes. If you want a smooth operation and comfortable riding, you should adjust the tension after installing the new cables. The cable end crimp and the silicone O-ring keep your bike out of the grind lacquer.
👤The cables that came with my brake levers were short. These were the perfect length. One of the wires that I was adjusting with a cable puller tool was damaged from the pressure. It makes sense for them to hold up better for the cost.
👤The Nishiki Olympic 12 was made in Japan in the 70's and was recable. I need to recable my daughter's newer bike, so I left extra cables and small parts in the house.
👤The barrel end of the shift cable broke during install and testing. So was replaced with another. Needed a cable for a bike. Hmm... I tied a figure of eight knots in the broken end of the bad cable, and then I connected it to the instant cable barrel end. I wish the manufacturer of these cables would learn to make them last longer. I think another reviewer brought up this fail point.
👤I used to have to clean and lubricate bike cables. I also bought a cable cutter. I cut them and put in a new one. It takes a short time to make a difference. I'll order them.
👤The brake cables are only for MTB. I had to order another part for the brakes cables. I'm sure they are good parts. I returned and they said not to return. I think it's due to holiday shipzilla.
👤My previous cable was thick for a brake, so I got an 8 pack. The local bike shop wanted $14.99 for one cable. These were perfect and arrived in 2 days.
👤Good quality, well worth the price, was shipped quickly.
👤They're cheap because. I'd never had the head come off a cable before. The cable heads have come off within 2 weeks of normal use. It is worthless.
This bike cable set is for mountain bikes.
👤The cable caps come in two packages of 50. The caps are called the "INNER CABLE END CAP FOR SHIFTING". " The site does not have dimensions or specifications. I measured the cap's diameter and it is 1.81mm. They are easy to fit for the cable. The cable is 1.5mm in diameter and in good condition. I tried the cable caps on the old bike that has the single digit ultimate brakes and levers. The cable is 1.6mm and the cap is loose before it is crimped. The difference between trade-size and actual size is not published by these products. Even with a cable that has issues, the clearance around the brake cable is still a lot. The caps are good for both types of cables.
👤These tubes are closed on one end and open on the other, with a small ring around the open end. You can buy cheaper end caps, but they work just as well on brake or shift cables. The opening of the aluminum is large enough that you don't have to force a cable in. They are long enough that you can crimp them in two places for added security. When you lose one, the cable end will break. I would make them available in a flip cap bottle for easier use in the shop. I put them in a bottle for easier use. Silver is classy and goes with everything. When I run low, I will order more.
👤These are the genuine parts. The cap on the cable should be the right size. If you drop it, the hides are small and run off. You can search for it with a package of 100. It isn't the end of the world if you can't find it. The end cap can fall off if you need to adjust the cable. It's easier to put a new one in than it is to put the old one back in place. A small wire brad nail and some patience can be done, but it is worth more than that and the second squeeze usually cracks the end cap. The third squeeze is over. It is recommended. The package is a little more expensive. The home repair person needs a near life time supply.
👤I used the larger end caps that are made for brake cables at the bike shop because they are what they were given. They are so large that they are kind of sloppy when you crimp them on. The crimp is better when you have the right size. I keep both the smaller and larger end caps because they are cheap. I don't think there is anything special about the end caps of Shimano compared to other brands, just make sure you have the right size for the application.
👤Most generic caps are inferior to genuine Shimano end caps. I stopped buying packets of cheapies a long time ago. Better caps have thicker walls and are more compatible with cable sizes. This helps to avoid crooked looking caps, diagonal cutters actually cutting into cables, or cables being mashed inside the caps. Good caps look the part with a nice lip around where the cable enters them. It's important to distinguish between the two cable sizes. I usually use cheap caps for the brake cables on my bikes, but always use the genuine Shimano caps for SHIFT cables. You can use a dedicated tool to nicely crimp the caps. The crimp part of the park. The thicker the Shimano, the better the result and you won't fall off. I don't bother. I usually use a pair of side cutters. Good product. I would rate them 5 stars but with a high cost.
The package includes 100xBike cable tips caps. The diameter of the caps is 5mm and the length is 17mm. The inner diameter of the shift cable end caps is 4mm. The cable housing will not be hurt by the high poly plastic material. Use for brake cable and shift cable. Protection of line pipe is more favorable.
👤They serve their purpose. I have a lifetime supply.
👤You don't have to worry about it. Get the correct size for the cables. I would say that they are superior fit and function.
👤They seem to do it. Plastic is being used to prevent galvanic corrosion. The material that makes up the ferrule is a bit hard, but it works well on the housing and the bike. I was expecting a nylon type material. We will see how these stand up to cold weather and exposure to limestone.
👤I will order them if I can find them. It was perfect.
👤I have been using these for years and they are the same as the "JagWire" ones. A good product and a great find on Amazon.
The set includes a brake noodle, rubber boot, cable end cap, and a pair of shoes. It is suitable for brake cable of bicycles. The silver material is metal. The bike cable tips cap is 11mm/0.43" in diameter. The bike brake cable caps are about 5mm in diameter. The package includes 100xBike cable tips caps.
👤The brake ferrules are so flimsy that they can't be used. They are too small to slide onto the brake housing. I will try to get my money back if this product is not up to the task. The caps that came with them are okay. The brand "Ohaha" is meant to be a joke.
👤I'm used to the quality of the bike shop's hardware, but this is not it. I thought I'd buy a bulk and smooth sailing, but I wouldn't buy again. Just to get by, glad to have them.
👤Depending on the way the brake cables are routed on your bike, you can never have enough of these. I would usually have to use the entire set of included ferrules to get cables routed on my hybrid, which doesn't leave any spare parts. I used these during my last brake job and they did their job.
👤The metal cable ends are where the cable fits into the brake lever. The end of the cable has ferrules that you crimp to prevent it from unraveling. There is a box to store them. I remember working as a mechanic at the shop.
👤Given how often I work on brakes, it's a good addition to my bike gear. It is my freestyle BMX bikes. They are a little thin and you have to be careful with them. They get the job done.
👤If you do your own bike repairs, you need these. Mountain bikes have all the cables involved.
👤The metal used in the ferrules is soft like foil, so it's easy to squeeze them. I'm not going to put those on a bike. It's for your brake cables too.
👤The metal is very thin. It crush from handling. Being careful, they work well. The cable should end work as it should.
There are 6 colors: red, black, gold, silver, green, and blue.
👤These are nice, but they aren't very useful when they've been in the mail for a while. I needed them at that point, so I bought them from my local bike shop. These haven't shown up yet. There is a They worked just fine once I got mine. I can crimp these with my pliers because they slip on nicely. I don't think they'll ever slip off because of the 1 crimp. This is all you need in a cable end. They can slip off with a pair of pliers, and leave the tip of the cable un-frayed, so you won't need to cut anything down. This is a big plus.
👤Japanese craftsmanship is of the highest quality. Just buy it.
👤SHIMANO made this end cap.
👤I used these on my 1.6mm brake cables. I used a pair of needle nose pliers and a set of huge vise grips to crimp down the material because I couldn't find the right tool. They are useful in preventing cable from being cut. There is a To seal the end of the cable, you can use solder and heat shrink tubing. Overall, 5 stars.
👤These things are a lot better than the things hanging out there. They could have a few more in the package, but they're manufactured by the same company as the ones you'll use. I used a tool to install them. It's great to have the right tool for a simple job.
👤The Brake Cable End Caps are made of high quality metal. They are easy to attach to bike cables. The price of the end caps is high compared to the amount of metal you actually receive.
👤Good crimping caps for brakes. The cables had lost their caps. The cables were no longer poking us in the calves after 5 minutes with a pair of pliers. It's easy to fix.
👤I ordered this to upgrade my bike and my wife's bike to have mini ape hanger handlebars before taking them to Biltmore on our 1 year anniversary for a more comfortable ride. It worked great. They were crimped with regular wire crimpers.
👤The item is exactly as described and required, and the end caps are exactly as expected...very satisfied with the purchase.
👤The caps on the cable are called cable end caps. How can you improve on the caps? This item is not a braggart.
2 x 1.8m brake cables, 1 x 2.5m brake housing, 4 x cable end caps, 4 x S-buckles, 6 x housing ferrules, 6 x protection clips are included in the package. The set includes 120 bike brake cable end caps in 20 different colors, which are black, silver, green, blue and golden. You can get a 8 inch wire cutter for cutting up to 5/32” of steel wire. The bike cable end caps are made from superior aluminum alloy. It is not easy to fade and has good protective properties. It is easy to carry. The cable wire cutter is made of steel and has enough strength to cut it cleanly. You can use the cable cutter to cut your bike brake cable, which can be used for wires up to 5/32''. You will get a clean cut. Put the cable end caps on the end of the brake cable and crimp it. The bike brake cable caps are bright and colorful and are a great way to personalize your bike. They have cable end caps in six different colors for you to choose from. If you don't need so many, you can give them to your friends. The bike cable end caps are applied at the end of the brake wire core and the tail end of the shifting wire core to prevent a brake wire core split. They can be used for mountain bikes and road bikes.
👤These pliers are a good starting point for a home mechanic, but there are better products out there. If you want something to last for a long time, I would get the park tool or pedros, but if you just need a set to get a job done occasionally or you are just getting started on your work, I would not.
👤The package is nice. I know that there are better cutters out there, and I suppose if I worked at a shop and used it daily, I would want the quality of a Park tool. For the home mechanic who only uses it a few times a month, you really can't beat the value. The box of cable ends is really nice quality and would cost the same as the whole package if purchased separately.
👤I only used this a few times, in the beginning it was cutting fine, now after the 3rd use after only cutting cable less than 10 times it frays them and leaves the cable end ruined.
👤The tool is easy to use. I only needed the ends of the cable, but the price was so cheap it was possible to buy the whole package.
👤The bike cables should be cut quickly and cleanly.
👤There is a nice end cap assortment.
👤I only use bicycle cables and they work well.
👤Matching bike colors can be achieved with a great choice of colors.
👤The grease was straight out of the packaging. It was the first cut. And it was shut down. Every cut got stuck after getting less clean. It was a total waste of time and money.
Different wire diameters are available. A range of piece counts are packaged to assist with both small and large projects. Also suitable for diverse household projects. The team of engineers and quality control specialists are in the United States. The team of engineers and quality control specialists are in the United States.
👤I don't need a new throttle lever or cable for my old Gravely, just a cable stop that is attached to the throttle cable at the end of the wire to keep it from pulling away from the attachment. Menard's, Tractor Supply, and others were the ones I tried, but no one has them. I guess we live in a society that doesn't allow for small cost fixes and you are on your way. Thank you for carrying parts like this for us!
👤The large is a len x diam and a machine screw. There is a Medium is a len x diam and a machine screw. There is a The small is 25/64" long and has a diam of 0.0689 and a machine screw of 10-32. There is a The cylinder has a screw hole through it.
👤First impressions are that these were not cleaned or deburred well. There were burrs inside the barrels and small chips in the threads. Fortunately, I had the tools to clean them up. There is a The VN750's throttle cables are not a cheap replacement. It would be like$40 per cable. I wanted to put together my own cables with the cables I already had, so I got these. The smaller barrels don't fit in my engine because the screws are not fully threaded. The threads of the barrel would have to be sheared to secure the cable. I soldered my cables into the barrels because they are brass. I filled the barrels with solder and solder paste. They support at least 40 pounds on each end. I don't recommend this product if you don't have enough clearance between your cable anchor points. Maybe if these had allen-headed set screws. It's better to keep a pair of spare cables tucked away in your motorcycle than to use them in an emergency. I would prefer to get brass tubing and cut to size for my future cables.
👤The holes were too small to fit the bicycle cable. The smaller ones are very fragile. They wouldn't hold up to the little force of the pliers or the screw, so you need to use threadlocker. Not sure of longevity.
👤I own a custom bike. I could never convince you of the length of the cable. It must be fixed after a while. It's a bad idea to put a cable on that you can't replace. The HD cables were not all right. Too short. I got these, cut the cable housing to length, and installed one of them. I drilled one side of the entry hole. It was a funnel-guide, as the next time I use it will be outside of Green River, UT. It is working for me. I soldered the end of the spare cable to the road to make it easier to replace it. I used acid paste to get it to stick. If you want a visible amount of solder, you need to solder before cutting. You were aware of that. I like the quality of this, and it is working well for me. I also carry one for my riding partners. I'm a long time rider.
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