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Old 10-14-11, 03:17 PM   #1
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Is this hole suppose to be for Disc Brake?

Hi guys,

I wanted to ask if what I have on my front fork meant to be for Disc Brake?

Most of the images of Disc Brake mounting holes has two holes instead of one. So maybe this is a older style of mounting which require an adapter?

Please help list the parts needed and if there is a link, even better.

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Strat specific, you can't use a Telecaster on those.
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Thanks for the quick reply guys!

Didn't realize fender has special holes too!
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mud guard eyelets, can also be used for mounting front racks,
and basket supports too . Etc.
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No, disc brake won't work there.
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Strat specific, you can't use a Telecaster on those.
I see what you did there!
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