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Old 10-27-2006, 04:35 PM
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Easy to find Volunteers... Happy to help with next set. Fun to do, and to teach. Can't do much but will share what I can do.
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Old 10-27-2006, 04:52 PM
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Absolutely. I spend more time working on other's cars than my own. I think everyone might be able to say the same (except John, but that's just because the Ferrari was THAT bad, his equal share of 'friend cars' just can't compare)
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Are you volunteering to help me install my next set?
Just bring them with you to the track the next time. We'll change them in about 15 minutes and bleed the brakes all at the same time.
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Default First 2007 upgrade brake lines

a brass what? what the hell is that? the thing that screws into the drum? cant i use my old one? or one of the other 3 i have from the other brake lines, haha..
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a brass what? what the hell is that? the thing that screws into the drum? cant i use my old one? or one of the other 3 i have from the other brake lines, haha..
There should be no brass or copper parts in any brake system. The brass looking stuff is steel with zinc plating with a yellow chromate conversion finish.
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Default First 2007 upgrade brake lines

I have an old Schwinn High Sierra MTB that Im making into a commuter and I want to upgrade the Suntour roller cam brakes with U-brakes.

What is a decent U-brake out there that I should be looking at?

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Old 11-21-2009, 09:17 PM
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This forum is for cars and motorbikes, MTB is a mountain bike?
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