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    Dropper Post Cable Routing

    Ok, love the KS i950r but not thrilled with the cable being zipped to the others. Has anyone come up with a neat,clean way to run the cable? Interwebbed for hours and have not come up w/anything yet. Ideas?

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    Someone drilled holes and attached cable routing stuff with rivets. There's pictures on here somewhere.
    Those who know, ride a Mojo AND a Mojo HD.
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    i have it routed on top tube through cable holders
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    Need pics, this is going on my SL and I would like it to look factory.

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    If you change to 1 x9 or 10 then you can use the front derailleur routing.

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    Try some Jagwire stick on guides. I've used them on 2 diffrent frames for dropper post routing. They work really good. I never had one come unstuck. They are made of a soft metal and easliy form to the bikes tube shapes.

    Jagwire C-Clip Housing/Hose Guide > Components > Brakes > Hydraulic Brake Lines and Fittings | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop

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