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Old 06-23-09, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
Stop by your LBS and pick up a brake cable clamp to hold the housing. And check your brake pads; if they're old and petrified you may get better performance with new pads.
or you can take the wheel off and tie the calipers to the distance you are looking for and tighten the bolt. If it favors one side of the rim, you might have to loosen the pivot bolt behind and try and get it as centered as possible.
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