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  • Re: Tips on handlebar cable routing

    I struggled to find pictures to get an idea from but spotted these if they&#39;re any ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 01-14-2014
  • Re: Rotor 3d+ or f

    I guess you&#39;ve spotted these: http://www.jejamescycles.co.uk/rotor-3d--compact-50-34t-bbright-chainset-id78674.html Bit of a bargain.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-28-2013
  • Crossing gear cables on R5?

    Is there any particular reason I should or shouldn&#39;t cross the gear cables under the downtube on an R5?&nbsp; I like the argument that you get less cable rub on the headtube but something just seems wrong about inners crossing!&nbsp; What have you done?&nbsp; Not sure if it makes any difference but I&#39;m using the right shifter for the front ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-25-2013
  • Re: Cutting steerer down

    Thanks for the reassurance. OK, last stupid question on this. After seeing another post on here about tapping it down flush with a rubber mallet, I panicked and banged the top a bit to see if it was sitting as low as it could. There was no noticeable movement but I&#39;m now worried this would have harmed the epoxy drying. I appreciate that ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-22-2013
  • Re: Cutting steerer down

    Thanks. I&#39;ll leave to dry and then maybe think about sanding the lip off (is aluminium easy to sand down?). The annoying thing is I had to sand a bit more off the steerer to compensate for the insert sticking out when all the time it shouldn&#39;t have been! Idiot. No big harm I suppose just probably wasted a bit of time and have a steerer ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-22-2013
  • Re: Cutting steerer down

    I&#39;m a complete idiot. I completely missed the instructions to bevel the inside of the steerer tube so that the metal insert sits flush and have just glued in the steerer (about half an hour ago). Should I pull it quickly, try and clean off the epoxy, sand properly and redo or now just live with it? Does it matter? How easy would it be ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-22-2013
  • Re: Cutting steerer down

    I&#39;m not ignoring or second guessing the&nbsp;previous advice and thank you for that.&nbsp; Initially I was concerned that the instruction in the Cervelo manual to leave a 4mm gap below the top of the stem/spacer seemed a bit excessive.&nbsp; The response on here was that it was so I took that on board and aimed to leave 2mm.&nbsp; I cut ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-21-2013
  • Re: Cutting steerer down

    Cut the steerer down but being overly cautious I ended up leaving it a little too long. Rather than try to cut another mm or two off I&#39;ve sanded it down which has taken forever but was a bit safer. Annoyingly I hadn&#39;t realised the steerer insert sticks out of the top a little so the gap I thought I had has shrunk! What&#39;s the ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-20-2013
  • Re: Cutting steerer down

    Sorry to bump my own post but I wondered if anyone else could comment on why the Cervelo manual (linked above) seems to say there should be such a big gap (4mm) from the top of the stem/spacers to the steerer when 1-2mm would seem to be enough? Also is the metal insert enough to mean you can relax about the 5mm spacer above the stem? Many thanks.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-12-2013
  • Re: Cutting steerer down

    Thanks for the tips.&nbsp; I thought 4mm seemed a bit excessive but that&#39;s what&#39;s mentioned on page 4 of here:&nbsp; http://www.cervelo.com/media/docs/Cervelo-Fork-Manual-60e57149-4987-499b-b9d7-908a4aa9c091-0.pdf That&#39;s a good point about the steerer insert.&nbsp; Does that mean there really is no need to leave the steerer slightly ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by elsdg on 10-11-2013
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