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  1. Ok. Since no one has tackled this yet, I thought I'd start a thread and build up info needed so either myself or someone here can do this when we upgrade a motor or replace a rim. The stock Bafang 350w motor has 18 holes on each side of the hub for a total of 36 spoke holes. The stock rim has 18 holes on each side as well, alternating position left to right, for a total of 36 spoke holes. The spokes appear to be 8.5" long and are bent slightly at the nipples to accommodate the lacing pattern. First task is to get the spoke lacing pattern down.
  2. FRONT TIRE: Remove tire, find puncture, Glue patch and repair inner tube. Remount tire All in less than 10 minutes and cost about a dollar. REMO Patch kit -Amazon at $3.99 Many repairs BACK TIRE REMOVAL:
  3. How To Lock Your Sondors How to lock a bike It's every cyclist's worst nightmare – returning to your bike only to find a broken lock and no trace of their pride and joy. The sad fact is that bike theft is an incredibly common crime and, as a result, bicycle security has never been as important as it is today. Many of us have to lock our bikes in less than ideal conditions on a daily basis, and we're always amazed at the amount of lockup fails we've seen out and about. No lock is totally theft-proof, of course, but follow the advice in the video below and you can make it as difficult as possible for bike thieves to get what they want. If you're lucky enough to own a shed for your bike or bikes and are concerned about security, BikeRadar have put together a two-part guide to help you improve defences. We've also got a buyer's guide to bike locks for those after a more detailed rundown of security hardware. Fancy the chance of winning a £250 voucher for Chain Reaction Cycles?! Take our survey about how we can improve our site and you can be in the running! Take part in our survey about BikeRadar With more than 10 years of experience riding mountain bikes, Oli knows the good from the bad when it comes to gear. He's a total bike nerd and loves few things more than fettling with spangly riding bits. Also, he seems to have a talent for crashing hard but emerging unscathed. Reddy
  4. See attachments for how-to attached fenders to a Sondors eBike with and without suspension forks. Here is a video on how to attach the rear fender: The images as downloadable pdf files: SuspensionFork_FrontFenders.pdf NonSuspensionFork_Fenders.pdf
  5. Since the LCD user manual's chapter about the parameter copy fuctionality is a bit ambiguous, here's a step by step guide about how to set up the LCDs and the wiring. Disclaimer 1: In order to connect the two LCDs, you'll need to build an adapter cable by yourself! This requires some soldering skills, as well as some electronics tools for working on cable wiring. Disclaimer 2: I used third-party displays I had purchased from AliExpress. I DO NOT know if this works with Sondors branded LCDs or with a mixture of both, because of the various communication protocols. The user manual says that parameter copy is working with displays using the LCD3 communication protocol. As far as I know, the Sondors branded LCDs and third-party LCDs both used the LCD3 protocol. Step 1: Build your adapter cable Since the LCDs have those small round black/green male-type connection plugs, it is recommended to build up your adapter cable by using the opposite female-type connection plugs. Those plugs can be found on extension cables for the LCD for example. I simply took appart two spare extension cables and soldered the open end wires together, following the above image. Please pay attention to the cross-wiring of the green and yellow wires! Normally, every pin is wired to it's corresponding pin on the other side. In our adapter cable, pin 4 of the source display plug is wired to pin 5 of the target display plug (green line) and pin 5 of the source display plug is wired to pin 4 of the target display plug (yellow line). It is also recommended to put an on-off-switch to the red and black lines connecting the power source, such as the bike battery or any other 36V power supply. Step 2: Set the source display to act as a data source It is recommended that the source display is NOT password protected and the C9 parameter is set to C9=0! This setup should be done while the source display is still connected to your bike. In order to set up your LCD as source dislpay, you need to enter the programming mode and go to the C-parameter settings. Have a look at this post how to do this. Go to the "C11 Attribute Selection Mode" and set the C11 value to 2 (C11=2). Then finish the programming procedure. This enables your display to be the data source for copying parameters. If setting the C11 value to 2 is successful, the display should show the following after finishing the programming mode: Switch off the display and disconnect it from your bike. Step 3: Connect the two displays 3.1 Detach both LCDs from their bike's controllers. 3.2 Connect both LCDs using the adapter cable as shown in the image of Step 1. 3.3 Connect the adapter cable to the power source. 3.4 Switch on the power source. Step 4: Perform the parameter copy operation 4.1 Switch on the source display by pushing its on-off-button. 4.2 Switch on the target display by holding down the on-off-botton until it activates. Within 5 seconds after activation, simultaneously press the up- and down-arrows of the target display for at least 2 seconds. Then the copying process is finished. The actual parameter copying process as very fast and is done in an instant. If successful, the display should now show the following: Step 5: Finishing touches After successful copy, switch off both displays and the power source and disconnet all components. Do not forget to revert the C11 value of the source display back to where it was (probably C11=0). Hint 1: If the source display was password protected (C9 parameter), keep in mind that the password has not been copied to the target display. Hint 2: The C11=2 source setting of the source display has also not been copied. It makes no sense to copy this parameter to the target display. After re-installing the target display to your bike, it should work as normal again. However, it is recommended to check the overall programming.
  6. Does anyone know how to safely remove the Sondors logo from the side panels? I'm looking to add some vinyl graphics and unfortunately the logo is sort of in the way. I'll still be reping the Sondors name on my suspension forks! Thanks
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