Re: Deraileur/brake cable ends: What're U using for anti-fray?

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Leo Lichtman, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. Leo Lichtman

    Leo Lichtman Guest

    "Werehatrack" wrote: (clip) How often do you R&R a cable on the road,
    anyway?
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    It's not that you will ever actually DO it. It's knowing that you COULD.

    Has anyone ever compared the weight of an aluminum "mouse condom" with the
    weight of solder needed to replace it?

    If you are really dedicated to the idea of soldering cable ends, I suggest
    copper plating the ends prior to installation.
     
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  2. > "Werehatrack" wrote: (clip) How often do you R&R a cable on the road,
    > anyway?
    > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    > It's not that you will ever actually DO it. It's knowing that you COULD.
    >
    > Has anyone ever compared the weight of an aluminum "mouse condom" with the
    > weight of solder needed to replace it?
    >
    > If you are really dedicated to the idea of soldering cable ends, I suggest
    > copper plating the ends prior to installation.


    I then suggest to cut the cables that short that no mm extrudes to frai
    anymore...


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