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2007-03-15 9:13 PM

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Subject: Rear Wheel Speed sensor and a disc wheel
Wondering if there are others out there who have a rear wheel speed sensor and also have a disc what you do in a race situation?


2007-03-15 9:38 PM
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Subject: RE: Rear Wheel Speed sensor and a disc wheel
magnetic stickers that stick to the disc.
2007-03-15 11:04 PM
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ah that is just a magnet? lol makes sense when I stop and think about it.

I didn't know that THANKS!

By any chance do you know where to get such a thing?

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2007-03-16 12:33 AM
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2007-03-16 9:33 AM
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Subject: RE: Rear Wheel Speed sensor and a disc wheel
I got a stack of rare earth magnets that are just the right size (about half the size and thickness of a dime), and I use the foam mounting squares to affix them to the disk, then use clear packing tape (with some strategic trimming and cutting so it forms over the magnet smoothly) over the top. Works perfectly. I do have to adjust the sensor on the chainstay so it is close enough to register, but that's a minor adjustment.
2007-03-16 9:41 AM
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Subject: RE: Rear Wheel Speed sensor and a disc wheel
GREAT ideas thank you.

I wont bother for my race tomorrow I think it would just be depressing to see how SLOW I am going. Weather is suppose to be 47 degrees with 15 MPH wind.

Is that too windy to use a 100 MM deep front rim?


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