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Old 02-20-05, 10:01 AM   #1
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Extras from Chainstay Protector?

I just bought a clear plastic stick-on chainstay protector and noticed that on the backing paper were also 6 3/4" dots and two small rectangles of the same material. Are these meant for a specific purpose or can I just use them in strategic spots on the frame to ward off cable wear?
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They are for your strategic spots.
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They are for your strategic spots.
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