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I have (26x1.95) tires on my mountain bike. I need to know the four mm numbers to put in my schwinn wired speedometer/odometer at the beginning of the set-up?

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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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  1. Have the lever on the pump head pushed down, flat against the pump head.
  2. Push the pump head FIRMLY onto the tire valve.
  3. While still pushing firmly, flip the pump head lever up to lock the pump head onto the tire valve.
  4. Inflate to desired pressure.
  5. When finished, push the pump head lever back down and pull the pump head off the tire valve.
(Once you hook the pump up to your tire and start pumping, the back pressure will switch the flow to the bike valve output.)

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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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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