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Old 02-25-06, 10:54 PM
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There appears to be a new Avid Disc Brake set too...



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Old 02-25-06, 11:31 PM
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if they ain't talking internal drive, I ain't listnen. I think that internal drive needs to become the mainstream.
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Old 02-25-06, 11:56 PM
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Is it doable though?

Could it stand up to heavy abuse? Take drops? Big jumps? Bad crashes?
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i am not liking the 07 caliper
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Originally Posted by Flak
Is it doable though?

Could it stand up to heavy abuse? Take drops? Big jumps? Bad crashes?
Are you talking about internally? Yes they can, on all counts. My buddy rode a roholff for 2 years in whistler/shore riding 4 to 5 days a week. 250 pound guy who did 20 ft drops fairly often. It survived fine.
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