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Old 08-26-13, 11:07 AM
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ksisler
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Originally Posted by unterhausen View Post
if you go with the ISO anvil jigs, you need front and back. With post mount, you just need one. Seems like a no-brainer since you can use an adapter to get any size ISO with the post mount.

ISO is as dead as a doornail in the industry. They are shipping brakes with ISO adapters, but that surely will come to an end fairly soon. There is a fairly limited number of post mount for framebuilders though, that is one disconnect.
UMAN - appreciated. Exactly what I needed. I, ll order an anvil jig n build only post.

On the same track...as my build interest is only on heavy tour tandems n singles...is there a rotor size you would rec I use? In the next day ou two I need to buy adisk kit so I can have a test mule for the shop...

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