I am having the back lines of my bar cross exactly under the T-shaped lined distributor (Ozone, I think it is) when looping, which is both not nice on the lines (as they scratch against it) and relatively unsafe (they could tangle, and in any case abrasion will kill them quickly).
I have no idea why, though.
The bar has about 65cm of depower throw, and the distance from the bar to the top of the T-shaped metal bit in the picture is about 108cm.
Should I simply shorten the trim, thus bringing the T-bit nearer the bar and hope the lines will cross over it?
Or is there any other solution to avoid them crossing right under it? I like having quite a bit of trim, not only to face different wind levels, but also to "choose" at what bar throw distance I have what level of power.
Sorry if it is a daft question, but it did not happen previously, so I must have changed something without realizing
for those having used them: I used Liros Slide Protect on the depower – hoping it won't bite too hard in the carbon of the bar –, and Liros Grip Protect on the trim to increase the bite of the clamcleat.
Does this make sense?