[DML] Angle Drive Cable Length .... too long?
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[DML] Angle Drive Cable Length .... too long?



OK, I have never been able to get my Speedo working.  Now I have a new angle
drive and bracket.  Have not had it on the road yet since there are other
things to get finished before it is tested.

BUT ... I did see something interesting.  I pushed on the plastic cover
until it was seated as far as it would be when the wheel is installed.  I
noticed the angle drive moved on the other end.  The cable is up against the
cup's end and exerting pressure on the angle drive.  Not very much, but a
bit.

That begs the question about the cable being too long and causing angle
drive problems.  Worse case is that it flexes in the axle and rubs in the
"tube". Either way, it probably puts a bit of unwanted force on the angle
drive mechanism.

Thoughts?

Nick





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