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Old 01-27-11, 09:53 PM   #1
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What's that brake, Vol. II

...And as I continue to clean out the shop, new weirdness keeps popping up. Anyone got info on these?
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Maybe this is the same brake?



That photo is from the following link: http://www.firstflightbikes.com/1992_Proflex%20752.htm
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If there are no particular markings, it may just be a generic clone brake. Tektro and other brake companies made gobs of them once the CNC craze took hold in the 90's - clones of the more expensive CNC brakes made by tons of companies. Some of them actually worked comparably well, for much less dough.
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