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Thanks for the useful tips!

Can you show a picture or link to a product for #5... I'm not exactly sure what you mean by a bracket over the weak point of the rear hub.

Also please link to the Facebook groups you mention.

I expect my bike to ship soon but planning ahead of time with tools and accessories as much as possible!

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yup.  Unlike in the install video, my cable goes up and over rather than down and under the bracket.  Your guess is as good as mine on which is better.  I was thinking over in case of something coming up off the ground.  I have already had to go over branches brought down in a storm that I couldn't get by in traffic.

Would be really interested to see if we have other options.

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