feedback in brake lever
I recently bought a well used 2000 Rockhopper comp. when I first got it the cones on the front wheel were very out of adjustment. Neither the cones or the races were pitted, so I repacked the hub with new bearings, and did a minor true job on the wheel. I then took it for a ride. When I pull the front brake I get a lot of feedback in the lever. So I pulled the wheel off again, and put it in the truing stand. It was very true (withing 1mm, but it had about 2mm of hop) busted out the spoke wrench again, detensioned the whole wheel, and re-tensioned it. no more hop, and still true within 1mm. I thought for sure this would take care of it.
So, I checked the brake bolts (V-brakes) and they are tight.
checked the headset. Tight.
Checked the cones again. Tight and smooth.
Im at a loss here. any other ideas?
maybe the old manitou magnum sus fork is causing it?