Dymotech S 6 question

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Gary Jacobson, May 12, 2003.

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  1. I have a left side Dymotech that I want to mount on the rear right of a front fork. Doing so will
    not cause a problem with contact pressure. Presumably Dymotech specifies and determines side
    designation on an assumption of rear stay mounting. Using it as I plan to would mean that the roller
    would rotate in an opposite direction than the side designation might specify.

    Are these things directional, or do they use R and L designations just to identify different
    applications? Will I harm the unit using it the way I plan to, and will it work to generate
    electricity?

    Thanks for your help on this one.

    Gary J.
     
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  2. Tue, 13 May 2003 02:30:17 GMT, Gary Jacobson:

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    >Using it as I plan to would mean that the roller would rotate in an opposite direction than the
    >side designation might specify.

    No problem. The generator, the bearings and the pulley are in no way directional.

    Andreas
     
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