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Old 06-05-07, 08:44 AM
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Trek 4500 Disk Breaks

Does the Trek 4500 have adapters for disk breakes. Thinking about putting some Hayes on it. Any other opinons.
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All you gots ta do is look!
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You really shouldn't be bothering with disc brakes if you can't even tell whether or not your bike can take them.
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Old 06-05-07, 08:55 AM
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yea its got the mount. but what kind.
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Old 06-05-07, 09:10 AM
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What does the mount look like.

WTF has become of putting out some effort?!?
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Originally Posted by DevilsGT2
brakes
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i myself wouldnt trust disck breaks
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Sounds dangerous, it's got the word BREAK right in there... me, I only use disc brekes, I believe they have superior stopping power to the regular disc breaks.
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Originally Posted by Jameson
Sounds dangerous, it's got the word BREAK right in there... me, I only use disc brekes, I believe they have superior stopping power to the regular disc breaks.
I prefer disc brakes...lol...and Avids at that.
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