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Old 01-27-17, 06:47 PM
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To take up cable slack, you could do what we used to with the Avid BB7... install an inline helper spring to assist in pushing back the Spyre actuator arm. That is the cheap approach.

More expensive is the hydraulic version... Shimano ST-RS685 Hydraulic STI Levers which are mechanical shifting + hydraulic brake. Hose guides and routing solutions sold separately.
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