Time to re-cable my Rohloff. I don't use a shifter box (OEM2 axle plate, V-brake equipped) and my frame has cable stops under the top tube. For a couple of years I used the original Rohloff cables with the liner exposed between the stops and have gone through a couple of cable sets using regular housing and naked cables between the stops. I'm thinking of going with Gore Ride-On Fully Sealed LF Derailleur Cables as a way of keeping the system more sealed and hopefully smooth shifting for a couple of seasons. Between the liner and the grub seals, I was hoping this system would be a good way to deal with the "broken" housing run under the down tube and the spot where the cables exit the housing at the stop on the down tube and attach to the bayonet connectors at the hub. Any one have experience or opinions regarding this cable system?
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