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    new 5 spot cable routing.issues?

    Hi all,I am building a small five spot and I can't seem to figure out the routing especially the dropper seat post, it gets caught in the rockers. and the shifters don't work very well same side or around the headtube.
    what is working, I am guessing part of the problem is a small frame,
    thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KgB View Post
    Hi all,I am building a small five spot and I can't seem to figure out the routing especially the dropper seat post, it gets caught in the rockers. and the shifters don't work very well same side or around the headtube.
    what is working, I am guessing part of the problem is a small frame,
    thanks in advance.
    I just built my XL and noted the following:
    Der cables-same side works best.
    I use a KS Lev and rotate the connection to non drive side which works perfectly with the routing Turner provides on the underside of TT with Front Der cable.
    My DWlink came with a hole untapped . Protos I saw had this tapped and used an electrical cable clip like the others. I find the hole fits a small zipty perfectly to control the rear brake line.
    Best performing suspension I have ever ridden.

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    Dropper Post Cabling

    I looped my dropper post cable through the upper suspension bracket. See image. I have had no problems or rubbing anywhere. (Medium 2010 model).
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