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Old 01-03-17, 01:52 PM
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UmneyDurak
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Originally Posted by tetonrider View Post
just because you remove the bars doesn't mean you have to re-cable everything.

i use di2 (another advantage), but i don't disconnect brake cables. i think you'd likely just have to disconnect the RD cable since it is best/safest to remove the RD & hanger from the frame for transport.

still, a cable should survive at least a few disconnects/reconnects.

it's the price you pay for saving possibly hundreds of $ per r/t.
Originally Posted by Da Reef View Post
I dont disconnect any cables. I can fit the bars in the triangle with he cables still attached. Seat and post go in the rear triangle. Took several tries to get it down.
Ah, cool. From the picture it seemed like they had to be disconnected.
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