Jenson has them!
I have them. HMU, Todd.
I’m sure this has been asked before, but what’s the best way to get an IQX onto a 31.8 clamp diameter drop bar? I seem to recall some clever mount that involved the stem’s faceplate and bolts?
Ergott did a pretty trick one with a Garmin mount I think?
Squirrel - that’s cool, and I’ve noted it to my bike ideas folder
Gunther - I think it is indeed ergott’s solution that I’m intersted in. I’m tempted to use his wheelbuilding contact info to ask, but I’ll wait and see if he shows up here.
Was it on this forum that people were doing additive plastics manufacturing / 3d modeling to make dyno light brackets?
Ohhhh yeah, that’s the stuff.
Okay, so just get a Garmin GoPro mount and file some shit off and sand some other shit and blammo you got a light mount.
Thanks for posting that, it seems like a great way to set up a light.
Guys, ask me anytime. I love to share information.
I took a jeweler’s saw and cut the middle prong out of a GoPro mount for that. Only thing I had to do after that was a tiny bit of sanding of the IQ-X tabs to fit in there. I’d test fit before any sanding.
Easy peasy. Love that mount.
Current state of things on the V3 CG. I crazy glued the DI2 junction box on the stem because I didn’t like the stupid band around a pretty stem like that.
Ergott that looks so great!
I did the same with two-part epoxy, at the request of a customer. Especially on a black stem, it looks much better.
[quote=VT regularbike][quote=Andrew_Squirrel]Not exactly what you’re asking for but a friend did this trick:
I posted this back years ago when I did it on my wife’s bike and no one gave 2 shits.[/quote]
It’s all good, I appreciated it, lots of people give shits but they don’t necessarily do a good job of conveying it online.
All contributions are appreciated <3
Do B&M sell replacement thingys?
Stacked myself into a parked car the other day (bonked and fell asleep at the handlebars.
Super glue or blutack?
Drill and stitch with zip ties then jb weld over top to seal it up.
Might be able to weld it with a soldering iron.
Oh yeah I forgot about it but you could also try using some 3d printer cord chucked into a dremel to weld it.
That’s pretty cool
^ best stuff I’ve found for joining nylon