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  1. #1
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    Jedi rear cable/hose routing.

    Just had to install my third set of warrantied Saint brakes due to leaking (frustrated side note) on my Jedi and decided to run the hose through the frame in the little holes above the shock. When running it through I noticed that it was scraping the hose while feeding it through so I tried to smooth out those areas a bit.
    Just wanted to know if anyone has any long term riding with their brake hose routed through that hole and if there were any issues like cutting of the hose.


  2. #2
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    Oct 2006
    That is a Canfield accepted and widely used way to route the cables. The newer frames have little cable mounts on the sides now so you don't have you bleed your brake to remove it though. They actually made those holes bigger on the '12 so people could do that. I routed through there on my 11 Jedi with very small holes and had no cable issues to speak of.

    Good luck!

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