Review: Alligator iLinks + Jagwire Road Links
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Dec 5, 2013  hits 117,578

In recent years, several new names have popped onto the segmented housing scene, including Bungarus, Alligator, and finally - and this one is a BIG deal - Jagwire. With the increased competition, you'd expect to see these systems improve to some extent. And they have. In this article I'm going to detail the use of Alligator iLinks and the brand new Jagwire Link Shift.


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