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    I'm running a reverb stealth on a spark. I drilled a hole in the access cover for the internal cable routing and ran the hydraulic hose next to the rear brake line. I can post pics if you want me to.

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    I'm thinking of doing this on my 2013 Spark 920 and would love to see a pic if you can post please?

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    I'm looking for a solution to add a reverb stealth to my Scott Spark 720... could you post a picture please and give any tip or thoughts after you've had it done for a while. Thanks

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    Curious to see a pic of that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckc0313 View Post
    I'm running a reverb stealth on a spark. I drilled a hole in the access cover for the internal cable routing and ran the hydraulic hose next to the rear brake line. I can post pics if you want me to.
    I did pretty much the same thing. After doing a OneUp 1x conversion, the FD stop on the access cover was left unused. I drilled out the stop to allow the hose to pass through. Then I ran the hose along the brake line. To complete the conversion I used a "right hand" remote, which I run upside down in the position where my front shifter used to be. Overall it's a pretty clean set up.
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    That's a simple but clever way to do it : )

    As above, pictures please!

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    Pictures anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckc0313 View Post
    I'm running a reverb stealth on a spark. I drilled a hole in the access cover for the internal cable routing and ran the hydraulic hose next to the rear brake line. I can post pics if you want me to.
    I would be very grateful for photos. I have Spark 710 and I am going to upgrade with reverb and hesitate between regular and stealth model. Your idea seems to me very smart.

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    can someone post some pics please. I have Spark 950 and I just got Thomson Covert Elite Dropper Seatpost and I would like to know how to get this done.

    Also are there line clips ( the ones that hold lines under frame ) with 4 slots ( currently I have 3 )

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    I would like to hear or see some ideas how to do that too. I have a spark 950 with Thomson Covert Elite Dropper Seatpost and i have not idea where im going to run that stealth line. Also can 4 line clips ( under frames one ) be purchased ?

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