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Rear Disc And Speed Magnets!!!

steve23steve23 Posts: 2,202
edited February 2009 in Workshop
ive bought some super deep section TT wheels for the new season, and ive hit a problem..........

i use a cateye V2C??? computer, the one with the combined speed and cadence sensor unit. now it need a magnet on the rear wheel to pick up the speed, so how do i fit one to the rear rim without recking it!?

any tips!?

cheers!
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  • Steve928Steve928 Posts: 314
    Just stick a small round e.g. 1mm x 8mm neodymium magnet (eBay..) to the disc surface with a bit of tub tape.
  • Steve928 wrote:
    Just stick a small round e.g. 1mm x 8mm neodymium magnet (eBay..) to the disc surface with a bit of tub tape.

    Or glue, or pretty much anything sticky. Electrical tape is good (comes in many colours, so can choose the right one for your wheel - unless you go for the green and yellow stripy number :lol: )
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