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    Cateye V2c

    If I didn't want to use the cadence sensor can I install my Cateye V2c computer to my front wheel? Will it read properly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redondoaveb
    If I didn't want to use the cadence sensor can I install my Cateye V2c computer to my front wheel? Will it read properly?
    why not just not attach the magnet to the crank? why buy this computer if you don't want the cadence sensor?
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    Cateye V2c

    It is attached. If I decided to not use the crank sensor I would like to move the speed sensor to the front wheel as it would be out of the way. I figure it should work fine because it doesn't know if it's the front or back wheel but I thought I would get some expert advice (I couldn't find any experts so I thought I would try this forum) Just kidding

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    It should read properly... as long as its calibrated for the correct tire/roll out distance.

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