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    MOJO with Joplin R - Cable Routing....

    Lets see what you guys are doing with your cable routing on the Mojo when using a Joplin R. Since the housing exits the seatpost in the rear, it can make funny things happen when the post is compressed to the lowest position. I have a good set up, but im sure there is a better option that what im doing. Who has the best routing? Post some pics with it up and down. Thanks.....
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    here ya go...

    I used a piece I had laying around from an Avid Full metal Jacket on the seat post and some Jagwire stick on guides.
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    This is cable routing with a Specialized Command Post. I had the same routing with a Joplin until I replaced it with the CP.
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    my joplin seat post cable is zip tied directly to my rear brake cable. It's a very clean look and has yet to be in the way or move around. I have the cable cut so that it reaches the seat while in the highest position, but with virtually no slack. this way there is no funny business with the cable when the seat is lowered.

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