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Old 06-08-04, 09:29 PM
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whats the difference??

whats the difference between threaded and non-threaded brake pads??
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Old 06-08-04, 09:33 PM
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Older Cantilever brakes have a thru bolt thingy that uses a non-threaded post. Newer linear pull (Vee) brakes use a threaded post.

Hard to explain!

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http://www.cambriabike.com/brakes/az...rake_shoes.htm

This should help!
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so shuld i go with threaded or non threaded?
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What brakes do you have?

Uuuuhhhh, Go look at them. Buy the same type!
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errrrrrr i have no idea what u r talkin bout
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Old 06-20-04, 12:17 AM
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UM it has been stated threaded or non threaded brake pads.
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er the threaded break pads have threads and the non threaded dont
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some one is post whoring a bit
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hu me uuuuuuuuh
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