Internal Cabling - Best liners?

jgsijgsi Posts: 5,031
edited 22 May in Road buying advice
Any recommendations for best shift and brake cables when routed internally - cable rattle prevention?

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  • sungodsungod Posts: 11,758
    if it's not under compression, you could use ptfe tubing, i use this as the liner with nokon and powercordz, 2mm id/2.5mm od

    you can buy a length branded by powercordz, https://www.powercordz.com/product-page ... ordz-liner, or just get generic ptfe tubing from amazon/ebay/wherever (better if you want a different size to match the frame)
    my bike - faster than god's and twice as shiny
  • jgsijgsi Posts: 5,031
    Wont be under compression, so that tubing type would be good to go.
    Just wondering if those internal routing kits are worth considering to alleviate any hassle as it s a fresh frameset build and heavens above they could have put cable guides in, but no, they havent.
  • jeffbwoodjeffbwood Posts: 29
    jgsi wrote:
    Wont be under compression, so that tubing type would be good to go.
    Just wondering if those internal routing kits are worth considering to alleviate any hassle as it s a fresh frameset build and heavens above they could have put cable guides in, but no, they havent.

    If you mean like the Park Tools IR-1.2 kit then absolutely worth every penny for routing

    https://www.parktool.com/product/internal-cable-routing-kit-ir-1
  • jgsijgsi Posts: 5,031
    jeffbwood wrote:
    jgsi wrote:
    Wont be under compression, so that tubing type would be good to go.
    Just wondering if those internal routing kits are worth considering to alleviate any hassle as it s a fresh frameset build and heavens above they could have put cable guides in, but no, they havent.

    If you mean like the Park Tools IR-1.2 kit then absolutely worth every penny for routing

    https://www.parktool.com/product/internal-cable-routing-kit-ir-1


    Good to know!
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