Replacing front derailleur cables element 950
First question 4 or 5 mm cable width?
Second. How hard is it to get the cable trough the frame?
Tx have a nice week-end.
4mm for derailleur and 5mm for brakes .
So dont buy 5mm ;-)
You have to release tension on both front and rear
derailleurs to release the "plug" that both cables exit
out of the frame from .
Routing a new cable is easier if you have a work stand
and clamp the bike so the cable has a straight downward
drop towards the porthole .
I do have a stand. Once I release that plug, I need to find that big hole? That is a lot easier then I thought.
I have read some horror stories about internal cabling.
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