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Bikehut 15 Function Multitool with Chain Tool fits snug in a pocket for bike repairs on the go.
 

Can I use this tool to adjust spokes on my road bike 700x25 wheel. I f not which tool i should byu. Thanks

According to the description there is a spoke tool included so I presume it does adjust your spokes
7 years ago
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MrLoverman
Liverpool
 
 Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer is water resistant, compact and lightweight.
 

Is the 4mm spacing between the sensor critical? I have disc breaks and cant get anywhere near that close even at the bottom of the spokes??

If the 2 sensors are too far from each other then they cant detect each other but it doesn't matter where on the wheel you put it. The sensor on the bike doesn't need to be near the rim of the tyre and it is alright to put the sensor on the wheel somewhere were it will fit. The computer counts the number of times the wheel turns around and then works out what speed you are going from that. If you think about it if it was worked out by the number of times the sensor went past the bike sensor it would not be able to tell if you was going fast or slow.
7 years ago
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MrLoverman
Liverpool
 
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