Old 12-15-03, 01:58 AM
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tFUnK
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yeah if they don't lock up your pads aren't close enough to the rotor. it's tricky because sometimes when you get them close enough, they begin to drag when you aren't on the lever. what i do is i let my pads drag a tiny bit against the rotor and i ride like that, and after a few minutes the pads start to wear parallel to the rotor and i get clean rotations. then i adjust the pads a little bit more inwards.
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