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Originally Posted by smontanaro View Post
I don't know what the original might have been, but why not just install a brake with a nutted center bolt? I would do that before drilling the bridge to accept a recessed center bolt. I don't think there's a rule which says that front and rear brakes have to be attached by precisely the same means.
Yeah, I was just hoping to install matching brakes both front and rear. I have a 2 full Shimano 600 groups in the parts bin and both have brakes with recessed nuts. I may just have to use brakes that don't match the rest of the group. Not a big deal but it sure would have been nice (and less expensive) to use matching brakes.
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