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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 2:01 pm 
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Ok not retro(or even mtb :roll: ) in the slightest but if anyone can help it'll be here :)

I'm fitting nokon cables to a new tri bike build and they are known for the alloy housings to corrode and look a bit tatty after a while. Any suggestions for protection, car wax on something?


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trouble with that is , if its rubbing the alloy , it will rub off any coatings you put on , because the cable is allways moving


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