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Shimano Steps eBike Speed Sensor Cable

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The Shimano STEPS eBike Speed Sensor Cables are speed speed sensor units for the Shimano STEPS e-bike platform. 

SM-DUE10 
  • Works with all brakes available for Shimano STEPS (both disc and rim brakes)
  • Compatible with STEPS E6100 series
SM-DUE11
  • Disc brake only
  • Compatible with E8000, E7000 and E6100 series
  • Robust and durable platform for rough trails - MTB specific design
  • Requires RT-EM900, RT-EM800, or RT-EM600 brake rotors as these contain the magnet that the sensor reads - Not compatible with any other rotors. 
  • Compatible with 8-11 speed freehubs with  Centrelock rotors. Also compatible with 11/8-speed internal geared hubs. 
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Black
540mm
SM-DUE10
$45.95
Black
760mm
SM-DUE11
$36.95
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Shimano Steps eBike Speed Sensor CableSHEBIKESPDSNSCBL
Black - 540mm - SM-DUE104524667515883
Black - 760mm - SM-DUE114524667866176

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