Gluing magnet

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  1. surlypacer

    surlypacer New Member

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    What kind of glue did you use to glue a crank sensor magnic on. Were you able to remove it, if needed. I through mine last night and with polar you loose all power functions. Other than that system worked great.

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  2. F1_Fan

    F1_Fan New Member

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    Shoe Goo (also known as Goop) is the perfect adhesive for magnets. Strong, flexible and durable yet easily removable.
     
  3. JTE83

    JTE83 New Member

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    I used Gorilla Glue - one of the strongest glues.
     
  4. rltaylor

    rltaylor New Member

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    I used double sided adhesive tape then wrapped a piece of electrical tape around magnet and crankarm.

    BobT
     
  5. robkit

    robkit New Member

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    i used a blob of clear silicone sealant of the kind used in bathrooms
     
  6. jmocallaghan

    jmocallaghan Member

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    Dude, try using RTV seal. You can get it for about $1.99 from any automotive store. RTV works great: you can sculpt it, it stays on and it's very easy to pull off. RTV is a silicon based gasket material so it's a breeze to clean off. Likewise, the nice thing is that for the most part if you're running carbon cranks, it will not interact with the resin matrix. undefinedundefined
     
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