The problem I have with King cages (got the steel version on 001) is why did they make the flanges curved? It's impossible to the the cage bolts tight. I ended up making a flat jig with some threaded holes so that I could flatten the back and make the cages sit straight and solid on the bike.
I struggled to get my Noga-type tool to reach the inside of the spoke hole. Can you get ones with longer stems? On mine, the tool body fouls the outer hole in the rim bed.
Why pro 4 rather than rs 4?
They should just have a small tab on the side which you can see through a small window, poke that with a tiny screwdriver or tweezers and give the wire a tug at the sane time. Easy in theory, but they can be a real bugger sometimes.
You may want to double check the size of the crimps, i’m not 100% its that exact one.
Just had our neighbour come round and ask whether we feed our cats enough because they are always at their house. The same neighbour that despite us informing them that we were going on holiday and had friends coming round every day to feed the cats, would put extra food out for them. Of course our cats are going to come round begging for food if you start feeding them you pillocks!
I seem to remember it's a standard Molex connector, so could do it DIY for cheaps? Could either buy the whole connector, or just some crimp ends and replace the out cables?
5mm is a lot, are you sure you have the right adapter on there? The top of the pad should just contact the outer edge of the rotor.
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