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Old 12-26-04, 04:20 PM   #1
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Coda Disc brakes

I have a set of Coda expert hydro disc brakes and they need pads and fluid. The catch is they are sans information. What can I ask for 5 bucks at a flea market?
Does anyone know what fluid they use? Mineral? Dot 3? Dot 4?...
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Old 12-29-04, 11:46 AM   #2
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I believe they are made by Magura? I know they at least use the old 4 bolt Magura rotor pattern if I'm not mistaken. Maybe contact them.
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Check with your LBS or a Cannondale dealer. Or contact Cannondale directly. That would be my guess. I'm leaning towards Magura as the manufacturer as seeley mentioned, but I don't know for sure.
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Well, at least thats a start. I do feel a bit better if they have a Magura lineage.
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Well, at least thats a start. I do feel a bit better if they have a Magura lineage.
I would have passed on them personally.Coda's are notorious for squeeling like stuck pigs
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Note the price of 5 bucks.
I figure squeak or not,(which is just as much pad quality) its hydraulic disc. Beats V's any day.
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