NRS owners - where do you mount your battery?-
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    NRS owners - where do you mount your battery?

    I'm a bit perplexed as to where to mount the battery of my new HID lighting system. I am going to use the bar-mount (L&M Arc NiMH) so I will want to mount the battery on the frame. However, the cables run *under* the top tube, which screws up the idea of mounting the battery under the top tube. And the bottom tube is too fat for the rubber mount.

    My Trek 8000 doesn't have this problem because the cables run on top of the top tube, so I can mount the battery under the top tube without a problem.

    So where can I mount the battery? On the seatpost?

    Where do you NRS owners mount your frame-mount batteries?


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    Down tube bottlecage - velcro it in place. That's the best solution I've found. I do the same on my AC too (same under the tube cable routing problem as well).
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