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I have a fuji newest 3.0 road bike and the gear cable has snapped. How do I replace the cable for the rear derailer? where can I get the schematics for this bicycle? Thank You Jacob Soltys

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Be advised, special tools are required for cutting the cable housing and inner wire.

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