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Instruction for schwinn bike odometer

For size 700 wheel.What number do I set into the computer.I lost my instructions

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Find the circumference of the tire (measure the radius and multiply by 2 PI or 6.28) and convert it to millimeters--thats the number you put into the computer. I think you should get about 2154 mm depending on your tire inflation, but that doesnt make that much difference.

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I hope this helps set your F20 computer.

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