Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: all up in ya grill...
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get a piece of pipe that will fit snugly inside the steerer (?... what the hell's the tube at the top of the fork called?)
drill it so you can throw a bolt through the original hole for the brake, then drill it just below where it comes out of the fork...
you'll have to thread a nut onto the bolt for the brake before it connects to the pipe so it will clear the front of the forks...
i'm sure those things sheldon sells are great, but i just don't trust something that only has one contact point to handle any kind of bendy pressure...
and i know one reason to switch to 700s- you can get tires that don't take a **** in a month...