Dogma 2 Electronic BB shell

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ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

If anyone has a Dogma2 Electronic would you be able to tell me if there is anyway to mount an SRM cadence sensor under there without gluing (ie is there a threaded screw hole for a traditional cable guide) Picture would be nice too if you could!
Many thanks in advance!

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bearsdidit
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by bearsdidit

We have used the stock SRM style mount but used double sided tape. It sounds pretty hokey but it's secure.

by Weenie


RobyDogma
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by RobyDogma

Have used double sided tape on my dogma for 6 months without any problems, go for it!

/Roberto

ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

Thanks guys... just exploring some options.... another site I found recommended 3M Marine Sealant as well..
Did you guys just use plain old double sided tape then?? Nothing extreme??

RobyDogma
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by RobyDogma

Yupp!

Nothing special just standard tape.Image

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ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

Thanks!!!

RobyDogma
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by RobyDogma

No problems :D

maxxevv
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by maxxevv

If you want peace of mind, can always opt for the 3M VHB tape. Look for the "outdoors" application version that's grey in colour.

I used it to glue the normal cadence sensor to my crank. Has held for the past 4 years! :thumbup:

Geoff
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by Geoff

Why would you not toss the SRM thing and just glue-on a rare-earth magnet to the frame?

ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

Saw the 3M tape as well in a search.

I don't want to glue personally.. but thats just me... it is a valid option though!

Just tossing around a build right now and looking at how much the bank account would suffer!! :D

MoreRideTime
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by MoreRideTime

I remember seeing a photo of Wiggin's time trial bike a while back. It showed a rare earth magnet glued to the down tube for the SRM. Looked to be a very clean setup. Here's the photo:
wiggins_sky_graal_srm_magnet_600.jpg

ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

Hmm that with the 3M tape would be even better....

Geoff
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by Geoff

No, it wouldn't.

If you don't want to have any glue residue on the frameset, just steal your wife/gf's hot glue gun and use that. Make sure you have a good bit of a 'bead' around the magnet and it will stay-put just fine. It will come-off without any affect to your frameset.

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by maxxevv

Geoff wrote:No, it wouldn't.

If you don't want to have any glue residue on the frameset, just steal your wife/gf's hot glue gun and use that. Make sure you have a good bit of a 'bead' around the magnet and it will stay-put just fine. It will come-off without any affect to your frameset.


Sounds like you have not used VHB tape before ??

Geoff
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by Geoff

The VHB tape is too sticky. You need to be able to glue-on the magnet, test it and reposition it, if necessary...

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