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Which brakes should Pinarello Dogma F10 vim use?

Old 05-14-19, 10:06 PM
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Which brakes should Pinarello Dogma F10 vim use?

which brakes should pinarello dogma f10 vim use?
my frameset is pinarello dogma f10 vim brake wiggins,and will buy super record 12 speed mechanical vim version.
so the brake of sr 12 shoud be direct mount or dual pivot ?



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Dual pivot.
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Originally Posted by Dean V View Post
Dual pivot.
But my frame and fork only had single hole,is it not direct mount?
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But my frame and fork only had single hole,is it not direct mount?
No. Both kinds of brakes are effectively dual pivot.
Direct mount has the two pivot points on the frame.
A "dual pivot caliper" mounts on a single hole like you have and the dual pivot points are part of the caliper itself.
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Originally Posted by Dean V View Post
No. Both kinds of brakes are effectively dual pivot.
Direct mount has the two pivot points on the frame.
A "dual pivot caliper" mounts on a single hole like you have and the dual pivot points are part of the caliper itself.
got it thanx.
Dual pivot.
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