- Alfine cable routing on On-One Inbred
Take a look here
I used brown and yellow for horizontal dropouts (Ti 29er) but the cable will run the sameway anyway i.e. the cable runs down the downtube, under the bb, then along the underside of the drive side chain stay to the hubPosted 6 years ago
Thanks for the link chunkypaul.
Since posting I did a bit more searching and found this page: http://www.muddymoles.org.uk/reviews/shimano-alfine-rear-hub-review which is exactly what I was looking to achieve to make use of the seatstay and toptube cable guides on the Inbred frame.
So it looks like I need the 7R/black & 7L/grey non-turn washers as confirmed in your link.Posted 6 years ago
Or maybe not, lol.
nuke, I didn’t see your post before my post above. Just to confirm, the white/6L & silver/6R non-turn washers angle the cassette joint up the seat stay when using horizontal washers?
Just to confuse me further (which isn’t difficult) Planet-X have this fitting kit http://www.planet-x-bikes.co.uk/i/q/FSSHALFINEFK/shimano-alfine-8spd-fitting-kit which shows white/silver washers as per nuke’s post but describes them as 7L/7R which should be grey/black (which is what I thought I needed)?
Cheers all.Posted 6 years agoStu McGrooMember
I tried what you’re doing stormtrooper but I thought it looked messy. In the end I used standard washers, taped the cable to rear brake hose every six inches down the downtube with black insulation tape then under the BB and along the underside of the chain stay inside a lizard skins protector. The result is much neater and unless you look really closely the only bit of cable you see is from the shifter to the head tube.Posted 6 years agoRRDSubscriber
Just setting mine up at the moment (2nd gen horizontal drop out).
Silver and white.
Then running the cable along the chainstay and up the down tube.
I bought an Alfine fitting kit that CRC sold with both vertical and horizontal washers.
Just noticed. The same kit that you have attached the link toPosted 6 years ago
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