Old 01-10-19, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by PMK View Post
The tool for truing the discs works well. Sadly, with non floating discs, we often induce small amounts of wobble from heat and distortion. Unless truly bent, I leave well enough alone.
Yes it is a royal pain to try to straighten them, but worth the effort to me since it lets me get the pads that little bit closer to the rotor surface.

Originally Posted by PMK View Post
Not sure how you cut your cable housings, I typically rough cut to length with Park cable cutters, then final cut with a cut off wheel or ensure the ends are flat on a belt sander or similar. Obviously, reopening the inner liner with a scribe after cutting and squaring.
I use a dedicated cable cutter and dress the ends with a Dremel. Flaring the end of the liner is important too as it's very stiff on these housings.

Pay attention to cable routing, too, on our Cannondale the cable housing was routed outside and over the chainstay, which put a severe bend to it right as it got to the caliper. Re-routing it inside the chainstay straightened things out.

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