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Old 07-08-08, 03:38 PM   #1
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Routing shifter cables on SS frames

Hi, I have a complete newbie question here. I'm considering picking up a used single speed bike and throwing an internally geared hub on it so that i have the best of both worlds. I realized today that the (Al alloy) bike frame in question doesn't have any ... braze-ons? for routing a cable from a shifter to the rear hub.

So, the question:
Is that a surmountable problem, and what would be involved?

Thanks in advance for your help
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There are various clamps that will help you accomplish this.

Any decent shop should have what you need.
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