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    dos niner cable routing?

    Does anyone have an image of the cable routing for the dos niner for the front derailleur? I just got my frame, and Im waiting for the rest of the parts to complete the build, but Im not too sure of how it is to be routed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TONYACCURSO
    Does anyone have an image of the cable routing for the dos niner for the front derailleur? I just got my frame, and Im waiting for the rest of the parts to complete the build, but Im not too sure of how it is to be routed.
    The cable routes from the shifter with housing to the downtube where it goes into a cable stop and then becomes open cable and continues down under the downtube, under the BB, through/around the plastic cable guide and up to the derailleur.

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    Curious as to why the Dos Niner used bottom pull routing?

    Most mountain bikes use top pull because of contamination issues.

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