RE: [DML] Re: Speedometer bouncing
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RE: [DML] Re: Speedometer bouncing



I too have a bouncing speedo.  I've done a bunch of things to it and it
still bounces.

Anyway, here are additional thoughts:
- Check to see that the cable through the hub is not pushing the yellow cap
out a bit.  If so it will kink the cable when the hub is tight.  Drill out
the cap (carefully!!!) to allow the cable to come through  and seal with
silicone to keep dry.

- Connect up the cable to an variable speed electric drill and operate
various pieces of the cable to see where the bouncing is occurring.  Start
close the speedo and work back.

Nick
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