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    Mechanical Brake Lines???

    I am alittle overwhelmed at the cable choices available:mad2: . I will be running BB7's. Should I go with the stainless full metal jacket, which seems to stop all flex when braking. Should I go with Transfil flying snakes?? I want a high quality line that is the absolute best for my BB7's performance wise. All in all I would prefer better performance than saving 10 grams on my brake lines.


    By the way, this will be going on a steel HT SS 29er.

    Thanks for helping a newbie out!!!!!!!

    Nuttymtbr

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    A budy of mine uses these on his road & SS, says they are great, brakes feel better & the shifter is alot more crisp.

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/134...-Cable-Set.htm

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    The Powercords are good, Nokon lines are good. I like running Odyssey Slik lines for BMX bikes because of the smoooottthhh action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    Slik smoooottthhh action.
    When you talk like that & that picture strange imagination

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    what is it with a blonde, sleek lines and full finger gloves?

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