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Clarks Universal Bike Gear Cable is a mighty useful Teflon coated gear cable.
 
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Clarks Universal Bike Gear Cable
Posted14 November 2011
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Easy to fit, more than long enough to make it simple to adjust. Looks as good as the original shimano set, and works as well.
I recommend this product!
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Clarks Universal Bike Gear Cable is a mighty useful Teflon coated gear cable.
 

Will It Fit Apollo Ridge Mens Mtb 17'

Haven't fitted to an Apollo but it should be long enough, should be the right width, and has the bolt only on one end of the cable so I would imagine in can slide in from the gear changers on the handlebars (as I did on my Norco 18.5") and all the way to the back gears - if you do this (I have shimano deore gears, but I'm fairly sure the cables are standard) you'll need to keep the cable runners (the plastic tubes) in the right order to ensure the tension can be adjusted correctly.
Hope that helps.
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