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    TRP in-place adjust

    Can someone explain/post a pic of how TRP inplace adjust works? I tried looking it up on their site, but the info there is pretty basic.
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    appears to have a 4-5mm allen to loosen the boss so you can adjust the angle for toe in.

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    it looks like there should be a small bolt underneath the brake pad. I have TRP's, but not the in-place pad holders, so I'm really just guessing here.

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    There is an allen bolt at the end of the post. I assume that you use that to adjust. Nice idea.

    Edit: Just looked at the price...$75 for brake pads is crazy.
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