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Re: [RC] HRM's and loose girths - Truman Prevatt

The reason for a "loose girth" is to allow the natural expansion of chest as it moves down the trail. There is more than one way to "skin that cat." Elastic between the girth buckles and the girth. Not just elastic on one side as seen in many English girths but elastic on both sides. That way you can ride with the girth snug enough for the HRM to work but the elastic will allow for the natural expansion of the chest the hrose needs to move freely.

Thare are alot of options for this type of girth out there.

Truman

Roger Rittenhouse wrote:

RE- Loose girths and your HRM readings.. how to fix?

answer --- you dont...







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[RC] HRM's and loose girths, Roger Rittenhouse