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Any one using Paul Neo Retro Cantis for F/R?

Old 02-08-09, 03:39 AM
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Any one using Paul Neo Retro Cantis for F/R?

I wanted to get some for my SS. I have seen a few people run what is recommended as per the PAUL Components website .( NEO-Front /Touring-Rear). I was thinking of using the NEO both front and rear. Is any one running this set up? Pics please.
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Old 02-08-09, 03:49 AM
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Originally Posted by steelcx
I wanted to get some for my SS. I have seen a few people run what is recommended as per the PAUL Components website .( NEO-Front /Touring-Rear). I was thinking of using the NEO both front and rear. Is any one running this set up? Pics please.
The only reason they recomend it is because of heel strike on the rear. If you are using wide profile brakes on the rear now with no problems you should be OK.
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i also like the finer modulation that the touring gives in the rear.
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