Join Date: Feb 2012
Bikes: Access hardtail custom-build MTB, DK General Lee custom-build BMX
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Well, I can say that, as with any forum, please use the search function and do some reading before starting a new thread...not trying to sound like a dillhole, but the regulars on forums get pretty irritated with new threads from people that don't search first. Just sayin'
Forgive me, but I'm new here myself so I can't link you to how-to.
I can tell you that the frame and fork must be disc brake compatible, you need to be able to mount the calipers to something
. You'll need disc-compatible hubs as well, in the very least. If you don't want to/can't rebuild your wheelset, or don't want to pay somebody to do it, then you'll need to pick up a new disc brake-compatible wheelset.
Once you get the basic compatibility requirements down, it's as easy as picking what
brakes you want to run, buying them, and installing them.
Again, I wasn't meaning to sound condescending, but I'm a member on a number of other forums and have seen countless individuals get flamed to no end for refusing to search.