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Duo Trap Sensor with Garmin crank magnet

Old 07-14-13, 05:34 PM
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Duo Trap Sensor with Garmin crank magnet

i have a duo trap but took off the cadence magnet from the crank arm. can i use the garmin zip tie magnet with a duo trap sensor?
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Probably. If it's strong enough and close enough it will work. I use 3x12mm rare earth magnets I got on eBay. These can stick by themselves to ferrous metals (like the inside end of a pedal spindle if it aligns with the sensor), be stuck on with 3M outdoor permanent double stick tape (grey foam with red release layer), RTV, etc..
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