Argon e-114 Size concerns

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Re: Argon e-114 Size concerns

Postby adrian » March 17th, 2013, 5:37 pm

Chris Thornham wrote:
adrian wrote:no problem fitting the wheels to the e-112 (this is the 2009-11 model), around 5-7mm clearance each side

the bad news is that i cant still figure out how to mount the cadence sensor without hitting the fairing (flo 90).



adrian,

Thanks for the update and the pictures on the Argon e-112. Regarding the Cadence sensor... that's a tight fit. That might be tough to get working. Is there anyway to mount the system closer to the bottom bracket and connect the magnet to the fairing?

Take care,


Hi Chris, I was referring to the cadence sensor so the magnet goes to the crank arm. But your suggestion is good (*lightbulb*)! I think I can find a way to mount the garmin cadence sensor at the bottom of the bottom bracket where there is a bolt that locks the cable guide underneath.
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Re: Argon e-114 Size concerns

Postby Chris Thornham » March 17th, 2013, 7:03 pm

adrian wrote:
Chris Thornham wrote:
adrian wrote:no problem fitting the wheels to the e-112 (this is the 2009-11 model), around 5-7mm clearance each side

the bad news is that i cant still figure out how to mount the cadence sensor without hitting the fairing (flo 90).



adrian,

Thanks for the update and the pictures on the Argon e-112. Regarding the Cadence sensor... that's a tight fit. That might be tough to get working. Is there anyway to mount the system closer to the bottom bracket and connect the magnet to the fairing?

Take care,


Hi Chris, I was referring to the cadence sensor so the magnet goes to the crank arm. But your suggestion is good (*lightbulb*)! I think I can find a way to mount the garmin cadence sensor at the bottom of the bottom bracket where there is a bolt that locks the cable guide underneath.


Sorry about that! Yeah you are right. I'm glad my mistake may have helped in the long run ;)

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