Anyways, the old Atax stem I had in there was a 22.0mm while most conventional threaded stems are 22.2mm. It's easy enough to take a piece of sandpaper and remove .1mm from the surface.
|Signs of wear and tear.|
|Purple sandpaper works best.|
Grand Cru Reflectors
by IgorGrand Cru Fender Mounted Reflector.
|Presentation is important|
With the bike on the ground, position the reflector where you'd like it to sit. I like it to sit ever so slightly tilted upward to follow the sight line of someone in a car. Too low and or too high and light will not be reflected back. Once you have a good spot, use a punch to prevent the initial drill hole from wandering. Step up the drill bit until the screw fits through.
Put a dab of thread locker or waterproof grease on the threads, tighten, and enjoy!
Do you use reflective materials on your bike? What's your favorite garment to get noticed?