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I use toenail clippers to trim the excess. Cuts close, cuts smooth.

Kevin Wilson

I use my pocket knife to flush the end. But nail clippers are a good idea. Something I do not keep in my tool-kit.
Caterham, England.

Disabled Cyclist

I use nail clippers as well,but have still been cut at times...burning em sounds like a simple quick fix to me (and I slapped my head and yelled "DUH!" for having never thought of it,LOL!).



Wow... I just read this and 30 seconds later did that to the evil zip ties under the top tube of my mtn bike that have been cutting the shit out of me for over a year now.... Im such an idiot I know... but man that worked great.


sounds like a great idea!

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