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Speedo operation

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Hi All,

I am running different wheels so have had to remove the front caps which has made the speedo cable inop. I have managed to lock into place with a piece of metal but would love to know if there is a more permanent solution that anyone knows about that can be purchased?

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Little gob of silicone from a mastic gun where the Square Speedo cable goes through the grease cap will seal out the water and stop it rusting. Keeps bearings happy aswell
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I hope you don't mean you have removed the grease caps altogether?
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bigherb wrote:I hope you don't mean you have removed the grease caps altogether?
That what he said Image

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Removed the grease caps. Really? :shock:
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