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    Jet 9 RDO Dropper Seat cable routing?

    What path are you guys using for the cable routing on your dropper seatposts?
    Post up some pic's if you have them.

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    There you go
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    Mine is cable tied to the brake hose.
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    Thanks guys.
    I have the same seatpost and Frame
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    Jet 9 RDO Dropper Seat cable routing?-image.jpg

    Old thread, but I used it as a reference, so wanted to chime in my results.

    I used Problem Solver stick on cable guides for my external RS Reverb routing. The hose was cut for a previous bike, so routing along the rear brake cable wasn't an option. I'm happy with how it turned out.

    $11 for a pack of 5 stick-on cable guides (only needed three) was cheaper & easier than a new control hose.
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    Another option..
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    No pics as I'm away but cable tied to the brake hose like Muzzanic did then vertically up to the post (Thomson Elite Dropper). I found this looked the neatest route without resorting to sticky cable guides

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    Thanks for the suggestions guys. Mine is tied to the brake hose as well.

    That last one is pretty cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohfugit View Post

    That last one is pretty cool!
    Yes but the fact that it may void warranty, Is why I wouldn't do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohfugit View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions guys. Mine is tied to the brake hose as well.

    That last one is pretty cool!
    Thanks!

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    Hi!

    I'm also thinking about installing a seat dropper on my JET9 RDO.
    As i'm not really fond about exterior cable installation, I would like to route the cables internally. Does someone know if you can install a RockShox reverb stealth and routing the cable through the headset hole? (I'm having one free because of XX1)

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