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    Shaved 6.25lbs...volume 2!!

    Okay, so I got the replacement Komodo frame in yesterday. I put the cups on it and finished the build today.


    I Dremeled out the cable guides to run full length shift cable:



    Blackspire Blackguard helps keep the chain on with the 1x9 setup...bling,bling Diabolus cups


    Plenty of guide ring clearance on this one for some reason:


    Notice how the tire sits centered on the new frame (left), but shifted to the left on the old one (right):


    My slik cable weave:
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    What cables are you using? I'm thinking about going full length housings as well.



    Nice looking ride by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rankin116 View Post
    What cables are you using? I'm thinking about going full length housings as well.



    Nice looking ride by the way.
    Avid Straight - shift
    Avid Std. Juicy 5 Brake lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelboed View Post
    I Dremeled out the cable guides to run full length shift cable
    good boy!
    That's a lie.

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