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Topeak Cable & Housing Cutter Tools

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Any issues with dropper post cable routing on SB95

Hi folks, I just picked up an SB95 and I want to put a dropper post on it. I was looking at the reverb at 125mm but I've heard that sometimes there can be issues with the cable contacting the rear tire when the post is dropped all the way down. I was curious if people out there are running this dro ... Read More »

Installing shimano xt 785 disc brakes with internal cable routing?

Hello Just ordered shimano xt 785 disc brakes. But my stumpjumper Ht Comp carbon has internal cable routing. How do i install the cable's inside the frame? The rear brake goes threw the frame and front is outside. i wasn't thinking about this i hope it works. Thanks [ATTACH=CONFIG]931606[/ATTAC ... Read More »

Anthem 27.5 Internal cable routing and shock pressure?

Anyone notice their knees hitting their cables? It's not a big deal but I do notice it and would have preferred Giant to have had them enter the downtube closer to the stem. Also, what is your rear shock pressure for your riding weight? Mine seems to be lower than I would have thought. I'm set ... Read More »

Seat tube cable wear

After 3 rides there is cable wear on the drive side seat tube of my new Mach 6.Pivot claims it is build error which makes sense but I need to get it fixed.Anybody have experience with wear repair on a carbon frame?Read More »

Ritchey P-650b rear brake cable routing - work-around, or buy new brakes?

Just finished my new Ritchey 650b. I chose Avid BB7 mechanical discs. But oops, it appears the rear brake cable routing will only work for hydraulics that can accommodate a more than 90 degree cable bend at the caliper. You can see in the photo that because the rear brake cable is routed down the se ... Read More »

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