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Re: oilheads-digest V4 #95
- From: Robert Silas <robert.silas@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 02 Aug 2007 15:08:31 -0400
- Subject: Re: oilheads-digest V4 #95
Re-orientation of the disk is not recommended, as far as I know.
The lower part of the disk's pattern is leading in a forward rotation.
I rode mine for years and tens of thousands of miles after I first noticed
rattling. I finally changed them around 88K miles. I don't recommend waiting
that long. A couple of the pins came out in pieces, but the carriers and
disks weren't damaged. See the three articles at
, especially Mick's suggestion to re-orient the disk. Changing rollers is
to do with the wheel off the bike and doesn't take very long, either. There
was a noticable improvement in brake feel, but no change in brake
that I could detect.
Thousand Oaks CA