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Old 10-11-2012, 09:35 AM   #62
LukasM
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Originally Posted by runnin4melife View Post
Lukas

I had definitely considered what you stated about un-necessary flex of the lower brake line on the banjo bolt. I went ahead and bought another fork bracket (item B) and will be putting a cable router right there, this will permit the cables to slide up and down as the fork travels (and that is all mine seems to do). Then at point B I will setup a rigid cable bracket that will run from the bolt location that used to retain the rear fender but will now be used to keep the cables in a stable position. I believe this will be adequate, correct me if I am wrong or you have reservations. I had wholly considered the traditional MX routing pattern but opted against it for a variety of reasons.
As long as the flexible brake line is stabilized/fixed a bit ahead of the banjo that should be fine for strain relief, your mount at point B is what will take the flex in that case.
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