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Old 06-02-04, 07:43 AM   #1
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Avid Tri Align 3's

Does anyone know if the long arms or short arms are for the fork? This brakeset has been sitting in my used parts bin for 8 years(!!!). I can't remember which is the front brake and which is the rear brake.

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Long arms = more leverage = usually used on the front.

Still planning on putting them on your bike? I'm pretty keen to get my hands on a pair of these (if they are the 3's with V-brake style cable routing). Putting them on the back of my bike so short would be fine but I'd take the longs, or both, if you were keen...

If not, enjoy riding them - good brakes for sure...
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