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    Hello every body.

    Hi. My name is Aaron, i live in Monterrey NL. Mexico. I work as an Audiologist, wich means, i make plastic ears )... Like 1 week ago i bougth this nice trike, a KMX, it was love at first sigth. Now is almost complited and waiting for its first ride, also i'm exited and waiting for sunday to put my feets on the pedals. Any way.
    I have a doubt and i would like to know if some one can help me. This is my first recumbent, or eaven normal bicycle put together... One of the rotor brake arms are pointing backwars and the other forward. I so some pictures of other disc brakes brands and their arms are ponting at the same direction. ???. Is no problem with this set up?, forces etc. Do i have to take the disc off and install it like the other?... Well, that is all. I apreciate the help because i'm a newbe with the desire of making it by my self.

    Thank you guys.

    Aaron.

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    I am not sure of the details of this trike but it is probably no problem. If this is the difference between the left and right wheels, this may be because they do not make handed brake parts. Send Email (with digital pictures if you can) to KMX at info@kmxkarts.co.uk

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    Thank you AndrewP... .
    I send the same cuestion with digital pictures to info@kmxkarts.co.uk 2 days ago, and 5 days ago in other forum. No response ... Maybe they are on holidays... Any way.
    I don't know if i can post a picture of the brake set up in this forum. I don't want to do some thing wrong, like uplouding copy right pictures of my trike.

    Aaron.

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