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Old 10-11-15, 01:29 PM
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Get the QR properly closed, Tightly. put the lever on the side opposite the side of the wheel the disc is Mounted on .

Engineering wise .. when you put the brake on the new torque center is Your disc Pads.

Companies and custom builders have adapted in non standard ways like putting the caliper on the front of the right fork blade..

torque then pushes the axle more into the dropout,,

Or the fork dropout is open to the front , so downward motion is blocked.


but mass producers, as said , add the Lawyer lips, or deeper recesses in the making of suspension forks.

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