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SPECIFICATION & SETUP GUIDE
AIR/ONE 9 RDO CABLE ROUTING*
* for ONE 9 RDO, please disregard any reference to front derailleur routing
DIAGRAM OVERVIEW
1
2
3
FRONT & REAR
2A
FRONT
HEADBADGE
4 MM
2B
FRONT
4 MM
3
FRONT ONLY
4
REAR ONLY
(FRONT PULL)
4 MM
FRAME
(BOTTOM PULL)
SHIFTER
1
HEADBADGE
4
4 MM
4 MM
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INSTRUCTIONS
Required Parts:
(2x) Shifter Cables (not included)
(2x) Long sections of 4mm Cable Housing (enough for full-length internal
routing from shifter to derailleur, not included)
Old Shifter Cable to be used as a guide tool (not included)
(3x) 4mm Housing Ferrules (not included)
(3x) Cable Housing Anchor Shims (F1) (included)
(6x) Medium Zip Ties
Sealed Housing Ferrule (included)
Rubber Seal (included)
Your favorite beer (definitely not included)
Front Derailleur:
1) GETTING READY - With the fork, bars and controls installed, and with the
bottom bracket removed from the frame, insert a bare shift cable in the
drive side hole of the head tube badge (F2) until you can grab it through
the bottom bracket shell.
2) THREADING THE HOUSING - Install one of the long 4mm cable housing
sections up through the BB shell using your shifter cable as a guide. Cinch
a zip tie onto the housing approximately 12 inches from the shifter end
and then install two more at even intervals as you thread the housing into
the frame (F3). The zip ties act as springs and help keep the housing quiet
inside the downtube.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
3) CUTTING TO LENGTH - Once the housing and zip ties are inside the
frame and the housing is projecting through the headbadge, temporarily
remove the shifter cable and insert the lower end of the housing into the
silver housing stop in the bottom bracket shell. Making sure the housing is
fitting snuggly against the inside bottom of the BB shell, trim the housing
at the shifter leaving ample length (F4) to allow bars to turn approximately
90 degrees in each direction.
4) INSTALLING FERRULES - Install a regular 4mm housing ferrule on on the
shifter end of the housing. Remove the lower end of the housing from the
BB housing stop, pull it out of the bottom bracket shell slightly and install
the sealed housing ferrule (F5). Install one of the Cable Housing Anchor
Shims on the housing at the headbadge and seat it snugly inside the
headbadge (F6).
5) SEATING THE SEALED FERRULE - To ease installation of the sealed
housing ferrule into the BB housing stop, thread an old shifter cable from
the outside in though the silver housing stop. Run the cable backwards
throught the housing for a few inches and this will act as a guide to help
you work the sealed ferrule into position (F7). Slide the included rubber
seal over the sealed housing ferrule tip (F8). The cable housing should be
tucked neatly out of the way along the bottom of the BB shell (F9).
F9
6) CABLE INSTALLATION - Run one of your new shifter cables through the
front shifter and through the housing. Make sure the ferrules on both ends
are seated properly and attach the cable to your front derailleur.
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AIR 9 RDO CABLE ROUTING (CONT.)
Air9 RDO cable routing guide
Rear Derailleur:
1) GETTING READY - Insert a bare shift cable in the second (nondrive side) hole of the head tube badge (R1) until you can grab it
through the bottom bracket shell. Continue to run the cable through
the nylon tube that is inside the chainstay from the BB shell until
it exits at the rear of the bike. Pull the nylon tube out of the frame
leaving the cable in place as a guide (R2).
2) THREADING THE HOUSING - Thread the remaining long 4mm
cable housing section through the chainstay to the BB shell using
your shifter cable as a guide. As the housing passes through the
BB (R3), cinch a zip tie onto the housing approximately 12 inches
from the shifter end and then install two more at even intervals as
you thread the housing into the frame.
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
3) CUTTING TO LENGTH - Once the housing and zip ties are inside
the frame and the housing is projecting through the headbadge,
temporarily remove the shifter cable and insert the end of the
housing in the rear derailluer housing stop to check length (R4). Trim
the housing at the shifter leaving ample length (R5) to allow bars to
turn approximately 90 degrees in each direction.
4) INSTALLING FERRULES - Install a regular 4mm housing ferrule
on on the shifter end of the housing. Remove the other end of the
housing from the derailleur housing stop and install the last 4mm
housing ferrule. Install one of the Cable Housing Anchor Shims on
the housing at the headbadge (R6) and seat it snugly inside the
headbadge. Install the last Cable Housing Anchor Shim on the
housing where it exits the chainstay (R7) and seat it snugly inside
the frame.
5) CABLE INSTALLATION - Run the remaining new shifter cable
through the rear shifter and through the housing. Make sure the
ferrules on both ends are seated properly and attach the cable to
your rear derailleur.
6) FINISHING - Success! Both derailleurs are ready for adjustment.
(R8)
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