I'm building up a bike with a carbon fork (the Nashbar CX carbon fork), and I'm wondering if the plan I have to use a fork-mounted cable stop with the cantilever brakes will work. I usually see on carbon forks some kind of non-cantilever brakes, or cantis with a stem-mounted stop. Specifically, I'm afraid that the brake bridge hole won't be able to hold up to the compression that the bolt will put on it. Should I be worried? If so, is there an alternate solution for cross brakes that puts the stop down low for better routing/performance?