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Tips for Minimzing the Rat's Nest?
2. look for cable wrap from electrical/electronics store can also provide extra protection or just zip ties.
3. color code or color match with frame/handle bar color so cables/hose will blend with frame color. & Bike Bling +1
4. sorry but get 1x10 setup with 34 crank, 11-36 casette & forks/shock without remote lock, learn to tune it properly and compromise with fitness, less things to worry about in the long run. if your in the heat of racing you will forget about it anyway. always safer to climb squishy bike than to descend with stiff bike.
from what i understand about enduro is to make your bike mechanically reliable after you get fit.
I also run a 1x10 setup with a dropper. No lockouts or CTD remotes, so it stays pretty clean.
Black tape for black cables, etc.
Black cables for black frames help camouflage the cables a bit.
Also, the underside remote mount for the reverb is pretty slick.
I don't quite understand the need for remote changing of CTD settings. I haven't ever really found the need for high speed changes on the fly.
Any other cables needing love get cut to size, and I will even throw in a zip to get them cleaner.
amen to that. i do the same. no CTD or lock out remotes either - three cables total. super clean. keeps the complete bike weight down too. like PaucH said above, if you're racing you wont realize anyway.
Rafa Gamas wrote: I run 1x9 and no droper. Simple and clean
That is pretty sweet, how did he wrap/what did he use to wrap his shifter and rear brake into one?
OCsponger587 wrote: this guy has it figured out http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Mihai,359/setup,19302 i like that little connecter dealy that holds the break cable to the other one
Thanks pal, ordered some that looks genius to me!
Big Bird wrote: it looks like heat shrink tubing to me.
I used a heat shink tube just like Moga. Works great and looks clean.
I really want to use the heat shrink tube but it's gonna be a lot of work that's why I ended up using an electrical tape.
Not as clean as the heat shrink tube but does the job ok.
I'm running 2x9 set-up. I combined the front derailleur and dropper post cables then the rear derailleur and the rear brake hose.
Just be creative in using your cable mounts and arrangement of your cables.
No need to use all cable mounts.
You can bundle your cables with ziptie. Just don't lock it too tight.