Routing the Wire on FD-r8050
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    Routing the Wire on FD-r8050

    The Front Derailleur on Ultegra 6870 has a little clip on the back for the wire, but the Ultegra FD-r8050 doesn't seem to have that. It does have a little protective cover though.

    Should the wire be routed above or below the derailleur. I put it above because I didn't want it to come loose and get stuck in the mechanism.

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    I guess it kinda depends on where it comes out of the frame. Sounds like you got it figured out.
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