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I have a 2010 Enduro Expert, and I absolutely love it.

However, the frame is particularly noisy on rough downhill sections, especially rock gardens. I think it is mostly because of the brake, shifter, and "command post" lines.

If there is nothing I can do, oh well, the bike is hot. Can I try to take out some slack or try to put some pads or something? I've got the suspension and brakes dialed, so this is the only thing bugging me.
 

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Lambdamaster said:
if you are sure it's the housings, you can zip-tie them together so they don't bounce off one another
I hadn't thought of the housings hitting each other. Interesting possibility. I thought it was the housings hitting the frame (which is very thick, but with thin walls, like a drum).
 

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check if your cables are rubbing on the tyres as well(when the suspension move), i had that problem earlier:D
 
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