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Rush Cadence Mount: Bend It
Make a 90 degree bend at the first cut.
We have to remove the backing from what will become the base of the mount as shown here. This is a bit tricky, so to be honest, it's probably best to remove all the back part of the 'L' shaped section from the first bend through to the third cut.
Ie. the topmost piece in this shot could also be removed. This would not only make for a simpler cut with the hacksaw, but will leave more scope for moving the cadence sensor in/out from the wheel when it's mounted. Leaving that section there (as shown) means the sensor will stick out slightly and the mount has to be slightly rotated toward the wheel to avoid fouling the cranks.