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    SIR9 Dropper post cable routing

    I've got a Thomson dropper post I'm wanting to use on my Sir9. There is no top tube cable guides, so did you guys zip tie it to the TT? Or route it the long way under the BB and back up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2:01 View Post
    I've got a Thomson dropper post I'm wanting to use on my Sir9. There is no top tube cable guides, so did you guys zip tie it to the TT? Or route it the long way under the BB and back up?
    Is this the new sir 9 or is it the old sir 9? I'm assuming it's stealth and you got an old sir 9, don't think it'll work. The old sir 9 doesn't have stealth mount and only can run external routing (don't drill the frame please!). So yes, best to just run zip ties across the top tube. Add some color zip ties to make it more custom.

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