Agreed!!! A 2mm allen for the cover. Yes it's a pain, but worth it in the long run!Undo the front shock mount and get in there with a small allen key and remove the plastic internal cable guide, then just fish it out.
Much easier than poking and prodding for ages trying to get the cable through that small hole.
That thought went through my head too. This fun time was when I was trying to set up the adjustable post. And the KS is very tricky to set up too. I had to remove the shock to get the tools in there, then reinstall the shock. Compress the suspension sag with me sitting on it to get the post length correct, only to find the KS post kept being unlocked by the internal cable. Great. Then had to pull the cable out after all that hassle. That was not fun.I'm tempted to buy some stick on cable guides and run my cables externally.
True, but look at the bright side...finally...after all those years of looking at the horrible 2' cable running under the TT you now have at least 12"-14" hidden and you can enjoy your bike rides without constantly thinking about how to hide that cable.That was not fun.