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Old 09-17-11, 06:40 PM
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cantilever/computer question

I just got a new wired computer and i'm wondering how to wrap it down to the fork, i have cantilever brakes so there isn't a lot of cable housing to wind it around. any suggestions?
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I use several plastic zip ties on the fork blade, then wrap around the brake housing for the last short segment.
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make a coil of extra wire ,,tape it down , then put a zip tie over the tape
to make sure it wont come loose.
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