WTB: Cateye Enduro 2 mounting harness



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hippy

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Cateye Enduro 2 sensor/bracket/speedo clamp jigger.. I would like one.
If you have one for sale or know any shops (east Melb) that have them in
stock.. I'd like you to look into my eyes.. look into my eyes.. don't
look away.. into my eyes.. and tell me where I might find such a device!
Thanks muchly! :)

It's the thick-cabled one, not the Mity. My LBS doesn't stock Cateye and
I haven't had a chance to ring/ride around shops..

hippy
 
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Parbs

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"hippy" wrote in message ...
> Cateye Enduro 2 sensor/bracket/speedo clamp jigger.. I would like one.
> If you have one for sale or know any shops (east Melb) that have them in
> stock.. I'd like you to look into my eyes.. look into my eyes.. don't
> look away.. into my eyes.. and tell me where I might find such a device!
> Thanks muchly! :)
>
> It's the thick-cabled one, not the Mity. My LBS doesn't stock Cateye and
> I haven't had a chance to ring/ride around shops..
>
> hippy


I have one, in un-opened packaging - but it's in Sydney

Parbs
 
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hippy

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Gags wrote:
>>Cateye Enduro 2 sensor/bracket/speedo clamp jigger.. I would like one.
>>If you have one for sale or know any shops (east Melb) that have them in
>>stock.. I'd like you to look into my eyes.. look into my eyes.. don't
>>look away.. into my eyes.. and tell me where I might find such a device!
>>Thanks muchly! :)
>>
>>It's the thick-cabled one, not the Mity. My LBS doesn't stock Cateye and
>>I haven't had a chance to ring/ride around shops..

>
> Did you break the old mount or the cable??? If it is just the cable, I
> could solder it up and heatshrink it for ya and it would be as good as new.


Snapped the mount at Kona24. It stayed put, but I think removing a
broken mount from the Avanti to put on the GT is silly. Buy one that's
in one piece and will last around that weird place I'm going to...

hippy
 
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hippy

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Parbs wrote:
> "hippy" wrote in message ...
>>Cateye Enduro 2 sensor/bracket/speedo clamp jigger.. I would like one.
>>If you have one for sale or know any shops (east Melb) that have them in
>>stock.. I'd like you to look into my eyes.. look into my eyes.. don't
>>look away.. into my eyes.. and tell me where I might find such a device!
>>Thanks muchly! :)
>>
>>It's the thick-cabled one, not the Mity. My LBS doesn't stock Cateye and
>>I haven't had a chance to ring/ride around shops..

>
> I have one, in un-opened packaging - but it's in Sydney


How much?

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Parbs

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"hippy" wrote in message ...
> Parbs wrote:
> > "hippy" wrote in message ...
> >>Cateye Enduro 2 sensor/bracket/speedo clamp jigger..> >

> > I have one, in un-opened packaging - but it's in Sydney

>
> How much?
>


How about $15 + postage? Drop me a line if interested ([email protected])

Parbs
 
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hippy

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Parbs wrote:
> How about $15 + postage? Drop me a line if interested ([email protected])


Thanks anyway Parbs, but I spotted one in Cecil Walker today and grabbed
it..

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NoZX6R

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hippy wrote:
> NoZX6R wrote:
>
>> hippy wrote:
>>
>>> Cateye Enduro 2 sensor/bracket/speedo clamp jigger.. I would like
>>> one. If you have one for sale or know any shops (east Melb) that have
>>> them in stock.. I'd like you to look into my eyes.. look into my
>>> eyes.. don't look away.. into my eyes.. and tell me where I might
>>> find such a device! Thanks muchly! :)
>>>
>>> It's the thick-cabled one, not the Mity. My LBS doesn't stock Cateye
>>> and I haven't had a chance to ring/ride around shops..

>>
>>
>> No Cateye mount, but I might be able to help you out with a buttered
>> yorkie.

>
>
> WTF? :)
>
> hippy
>


dammit now I have to explain, so it won't be remotely humourous.

look in my eyes, look in my eyes, etc......Little Britain right?

Haven't you seen the stuffy old toff ordering complicated sounding
dinners in (mostly French?) restaurants?

Then he tops off the order by asking for a yorkie...buttered.

If you don't know now, you're going to find out soon enough - a yorkie
is a chocolate bar. When you get to UK, try one (but don't butter it).

--
Nick
 
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hippy

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NoZX6R wrote:
>>> No Cateye mount, but I might be able to help you out with a buttered
>>> yorkie.

>>
>> WTF? :)

>
> dammit now I have to explain, so it won't be remotely humourous.


Correct.. but that fact makes me laugh.. oh.. could be the beer too.. :)

> look in my eyes, look in my eyes, etc......Little Britain right?


Ja.

> Haven't you seen the stuffy old toff ordering complicated sounding
> dinners in (mostly French?) restaurants?
>
> Then he tops off the order by asking for a yorkie...buttered.


Ahh I remember him, just not what he ordered.

> If you don't know now, you're going to find out soon enough - a yorkie
> is a chocolate bar. When you get to UK, try one (but don't butter it).


I've had a Yorkie before. Would you believe I bought it in Croydon? hehe
There's a specialist lolly shop here that sells all kinds of imported
sweets and stuff. I think I tried 'em in the UK too.. just to make sure
there were no alterations to the recipe for international bars.. :)

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Parbs

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"hippy" wrote in message ...
> Thanks anyway Parbs, but I spotted one in Cecil Walker today and grabbed
> it..
>

No worries.