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Old 07-16-13, 08:09 AM
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Dave Kirk 
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Realistically you probably don't have an option as i doubt you will have room to mount the caliper on the c-stay. In most cases you will not be able to get it rearward enough to be in the proper position without it bumping into the s-stay........it all depends on the rear dropout design. If you have any option I think the c-stay mount gives better strength and performance but the cable routing can be awkward.

You got some measuring to do to see where the caliper will fit and if the disc will clear the c-stay.

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