am also a somewhat slender 32". annoying as buying suits off the peg is impossible unless I get them adjusted at a tailor
yes but someone else dibsed them. 2100g lol. light bicycle 35mm rims on tune hubs. flossy
@dancing james i knew that they adjusted for pad wear, but didnt know it did it the other way. sorry i should stop spouting shit
and yes. carbon wheels with discs is surely a no brainer, looking forward to fitting mine and dropping a calculated 600g off my heavy as fuck superstar wheels
i had the same issue with the rotors flexing into the calipers on uphills. so fucking annoying. this was instantly solved with a better non weight-weenie QR. I assume if it isnt your QR then the brakes will need to be rebled to accomodate the slightly wider calipers?
whats in store for the caad? hydro i assume
oh dear oh dear
I bought two of those, one works really well - the other is shit. maybe buy 3 to be on the safe side
caad10disc - disc road
on one scandal 29er - mtb
brooklyn gangsta - skids
concorde - 1x10 + rack life (almost complete, just dragging heels)
im just so surprised the performance of the shimano skewer is just so much better than the planet x ones? i had the planet x ones up so so so tight, clearly not good enough
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