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Old 10-29-18, 11:51 PM
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What psimet states is very similar to what my lbs (Trek Coperate Shop) said. I switched from the one piece handlebar to a two piece on my Madone 9. The shop charged $200.00 in labor and I have Di2. You literally have to remove both brake cables and disconnect the Di2 cables. He said that Trek designed the bike with sales in mind, not mechanics.
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