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2014-03-19 8:45 AM

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Subject: Spoke Magnet Holder for Garmin GSC-10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
Somehow I've managed to break the spoke magnet holder for my Garmin GSC-10. Lucikily I discovered this in the basement while starting a trainer ride and when speed didn't show up I saw the spoke magnet had slid down to the rim. The holder was still on it but it had cracked down the middle. Maybe I broke it while brining the bike from the car carrier to the basement.

Anyhow has anyone replaced this item?

I called Garmin support, 30-35 minute wait so I hung up. Maybe there's a more practical sollution out there. I do work only 15 minutes away from their HQ here in Kansas so I could drive over (they have a walk-in service desk). Not sure if they "stock" thiat item there though.



2014-03-19 9:52 AM
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Subject: RE: Spoke Magnet Holder for Garmin GSC-10 Speed/Cadence Sensor

If you can't find it on the shelf at your LBS, then order it here from Amazon.com.

2014-03-19 10:33 AM
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Subject: RE: Spoke Magnet Holder for Garmin GSC-10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
Thanks Chris,

I remember seeing that when I was shopping for the sensor and just now remembered thinking "I should just buy this replacement kit now, I'll probably need it later". Of course I didn't do it.....
2014-03-19 10:49 AM
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Subject: RE: Spoke Magnet Holder for Garmin GSC-10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
Reece, I have several of these if you need one, but yes Garmin walk in center does have them.
2014-03-19 10:49 AM
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Subject: RE: Spoke Magnet Holder for Garmin GSC-10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
Reece, I have several of these if you need one, but yes Garmin walk in center does have them.
2014-03-19 10:52 AM
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Subject: RE: Spoke Magnet Holder for Garmin GSC-10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
Cool, thanks Trey. I would guess another magnet would work as well, say if the LBS didn't sell the Garmin GSC but sold another brand like Mavic etc. I have an issue with my 305 GPS watch so I need to visit them anyhow.


2014-03-19 10:58 AM
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Subject: RE: Spoke Magnet Holder for Garmin GSC-10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
Yeah, any magnet will work, I used to use a rare earth magnet on the pedal spindle to record cadence. Let me know if you want one of the ones I have, I am off today so I can meet up to get it to you
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