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  1. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    This is the blank to fill the boss on the drive side.
  2. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Rear view of the Hope Guide and right sided blank.
  3. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    The guide threads into the boss and can be adjusted so that the brake hose is held snugly without any kind of clamp. Thus the cani boss becomes useful with a disc setup.
  4. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    This is a view looking from the top of the seat tube and looking down the seat stay along the brake hose. Follow the hose and you can see it winding through the guide.
  5. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Boss after stud is removed
  6. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    I debated having the brake bosses removed, but found this neat system that not only fills the bosses but also provides a nice retention for the rear hydraulic brake hose. Cheap and easy to install. Remove the threaded posts from the brake bosses with a small box end or open end wrench and then thr
  7. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    I debated having the brake bosses removed, but found this neat system that not only fills the bosses but also provides a nice retention for the rear hydraulic brake hose. Cheap and easy to install. Remove the threaded posts from the brake bosses with a small box end or open end wrench and then thr
  8. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Drive side blank
  9. Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    Hope Hydraulic Hose Guides on Ibis Ripley

    I debated having the brake bosses removed, but found this neat system that not only fills the bosses but also provides a nice retention for the rear hydraulic brake hose. Cheap and easy to install. Remove the threaded posts from the brake bosses with a small box end or open end wrench and then thr
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