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 Post subject: TCR Test
PostPosted: Sun Mar 30, 2014 11:15 pm 
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Hi guys. OK it is now time to upgrade from my 7800 group. So I am now going to upgrade to either 9000 mechanical or 6870 Di2. If I go for the Ultegra Di2 I would like to remove the cable stops from the frame. Has anyone done this? I am happy to pop the rivets and touch up the holes, but my main concern is if they are bonded first to the frame as they will leave a hell of a mess if they are removed. This does not really concern me on the chain stay, but the head tube would not look too great.



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