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    Bandit cable routing problem

    Riding my 14 bandit (650b) the other day I noticed that the rear mech cable outer is getting caught by the big ring on my 2x10 set up and has worn through and slightly into the cable.
    There doesn't seem to be an obvious way of stopping it happening.
    at present the cable runs down the down tube, under the bb shell then into the swing arm (but not through the small holes in the swing arm just behind the lower pivot.

    Is that the correct routing? Anyone else had this issue?

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    Mine runs over the top of the bb into the swing arm. There's a couple holes in the swing arm you could run a zip tie through to suck the cable to the arm if it still is having problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThisUsernameIsTaken View Post
    Mine runs over the top of the bb into the swing arm. There's a couple holes in the swing arm you could run a zip tie through to suck the cable to the arm if it still is having problems.

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    Looks like that's sorted it! Thanks

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