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Jagwire Elite Link brake cable installation help
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Would there be any reason to not just use the inner liner for internal routing as opposed to using some housing and the links? I ran it with just the liner and it installed super easy. I don’t see any reason to use pieces of housing and the links. I get the protection aspect the links would provide for the liner but all that’s running next to it are Di2 wires. I can just replace liner if needed.

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Last edited by: The GMAN: Feb 11, 19 7:38
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Re: Jagwire Elite Link brake cable installation help [The GMAN] [ In reply to ]
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yes, this is how it's intended to be ran.

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Re: Jagwire Elite Link brake cable installation help [Morelock] [ In reply to ]
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Okay. Thought I might be missing something because instructions and online videos always use some housing and the links. I will run some links for the six inches or so of liner that’s exposed between bottom bracket and rear brake. The front brake is 100% hidden.

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Re: Jagwire Elite Link brake cable installation help [The GMAN] [ In reply to ]
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just so long as you've got stops where it enters the frame (otherwise nothing will keep the links from pulling down into it) - not an issue on most bikes, but occasionally comes up (the 1st gen speed concepts had that old rubber stopper in the top tube, I pulled some nokons through that once.)

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Re: Jagwire Elite Link brake cable installation help [Morelock] [ In reply to ]
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Dimond has a metal bracket where the brake cable exits the frame. Not going to pull any links through that.

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