OneUp Components Axle R Shims

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If you're already the proud owner of a OneUp Components Rear Axle and want to add a little bit of colour to your ride you can swap out the stock black shims on your axle for these coloured. 

Who's this item for: Anyone with a OneUp Components Rear Axle that wants to adjust the length of their axle or bling up their bike with some colour.

Materials: These are machined aluminium with an anodised finish.

Convertibility: The main purpose of these shims is to adjust the length of your OneUp Components rear axle to suit the width or your frame. Installing the A, B, C, or D shim will size the axle to a different length. See the link to the installation instructions below for more info.

What's in the box: 4 different sized anodised aluminium shims in the size you choose.
Checkout the installation instructions,HERE.

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