Get a bmx wheel.
Cut 2 circles of plywood that are larger than the diameter of the wheel (but no more than that of about a 24'' or so).
Attach the wood to the wheel like spoke covers. You want them to make a channel like that of the rim.
You may attach your plywood wheel to a wall or table edge by the hub. You want it to have the ability to spin fairly freely.
To load: insert approx 1'' of housing into the valve hole of the rim. Slowly spin the wheel while guiding the housing onto the rim, into the channel formed between the two layers of plywood.
If you are still confused, contact the Bike Pirates for a picture.
Ride safe Chloé Bike Pirates
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-----Original Message----- From: Rich Points firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 09:56:01 To: The Think Tankthethinktank@lists.bikecollectives.org Subject: [TheThinkTank] How are you storing cable housing?
Hey All, Over the years we've tried a variety of ways to store cable housing and we're still looking for the ideal solution. Anyone out there have a good way to store them?