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Old 31st March 2015, 08:14 PM
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Default Cycle wing Side Repeater Wiring

I am going to put side repeaters on my cycle wings, has anyone done this and what is the best way to route the wiring?
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I did this on mine.
Wires along the rear of the lower wishbone. Then a bit of a loop at the bottom ball then up the cycle wing stay



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Old 31st March 2015, 08:40 PM
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I routed mine from under the front of the nose cone along the front of the upper wishbone in conduit, where it then can be neatly zip tied to the cycle wing supports. Don't forget a grommet or silicone to protect the wiring as it passes through the cycle wing. Mine where mounted on the rear of the cycle wings to conform with the required viewing angles.
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