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    Dropper Post Cable Routing on Mojo-C

    I've been playing around with the cable routing on my Mojo-C and I haven't found anything that I really like. I tried zip tying the dropper cable to the left-most cable on the top tube but that ended up putting a lot of wear on the housing of the dropper cable.

    Has anyone found a really clean cable routing solution that doesn't involve drilling or hardcore DIY?

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    I don't think there is any other way but on the top tube. Mine is zip tied with the break line on the top tube and the remote switch on the left. At first it looks a little messy cuz I got use to having less cables cuz I'm running a 1x10 setup, but you will get use to it.

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    i just ziptied it to the side of the frame in 3 spots.

    works great

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