Yes, the title refers to drilling a hole in your frame for an internally-routed cable/hose. In my case, for a Reverb Stealth.
They said "Don't do it", "It's not worth the risk". But sometimes defiance is the only way to find out. Here we go!
"X" marks the spot.
About to pull the trigger..
No turning back now..
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Rough on the edges. But filing and sanding will finish it off.
We're in business! The port is ready!
The "fetcher" goes in..
..And out to get the Reverb's.
"DIY" can sometimes mean "Destroy It Yourself". So unless you know what you're doing, do not attempt to modify your bike frame especially if it involves drilling and/or removing material. Any modification shown on this thread was done with the owner/rider's discretion. The purpose of showing the process is not to encourage or endorse modification of your bike frame, but to simply illustrate how it was done. The author of this thread shall not be held liable or responsible for any damage or injury that may occur if you the reader decides to do it yourself.
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