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Old 08-21-15, 06:59 PM
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cobba
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Another problem with this dodgy setup is the disc brake caliper alignment with the rotor.

If the changed position of the caliper makes the pads overhang the outer edge of the rotor, the pads will get a step worn into them, overhanging pads will have less stopping power because there's less pad to rotor contact, a setup like this could also lead to brake failure if the overhanging unworn parts of the pads touch.




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