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    Trance X 29 cable route ?

    My TX29 X0 should be here today or tomorrow. I would like to run all cables internally EXCEPT the dropper post. I want to be able to take it off and put it on easily. Does anyone know if you can do this? Or is it ALL or NONE? I already have a carbon post that will be lighter, but more importantly, it has no setback like the dropper has. Thanks for any help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach417 View Post
    My TX29 X0 should be here today or tomorrow. I would like to run all cables internally EXCEPT the dropper post. I want to be able to take it off and put it on easily. Does anyone know if you can do this? Or is it ALL or NONE? I already have a carbon post that will be lighter, but more importantly, it has no setback like the dropper has. Thanks for any help.
    I picked up my TX29 X0 today and the cable for the dropper is internal so you can't remove it easily. The only cable not routed internally is the rear brake line. But by now you probably got your bike so you already know.
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    You could zip-tie it to the frame, but it would just look weird....and get in the way.
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    Yeah, i don't see zip tying it. Possibly stick on cable guides. I just don't want to mess up the finish on the frame.
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    It doesn't really get in the way. At least not yet.
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