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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:56 pm 
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Somehow I'll never understand track-ends combined with brakes, track-ends are for track bikes and so without brakes. Adsjusting the wheel will influence the brake set-up..... that's why I prefer an EBB or sliders with disc mounts fitted on 'm, Very nice bike still 8) Can't wait to get mine

ps, the Metal Guru I bought for a friend..... condition was amazing (99%), will post some pcs when I get back home,
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yo-eddy wrote:
Somehow I'll never understand track-ends combined with brakes, track-ends are for track bikes and so without brakes. Adsjusting the wheel will influence the brake set-up..... that's why I prefer an EBB or sliders with disc mounts fitted on 'm, Very nice bike still 8) Can't wait to get mine

ps, the Metal Guru I bought for a friend..... condition was amazing (99%), will post some pcs when I get back home,
cheers Roy
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yo-eddy wrote:
Somehow I'll never understand track-ends combined with brakes, track-ends are for track bikes and so without brakes. Adsjusting the wheel will influence the brake set-up..... that's why I prefer an EBB or sliders with disc mounts fitted on 'm, Very nice bike still 8) Can't wait to get mine

ps, the Metal Guru I bought for a friend..... condition was amazing (99%), will post some pcs when I get back home,
cheers Roy



Track ends are fine...once eveything is dialled-up you hardly ever have to adjust the brakes etc...well I havn't before.


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