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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 10:40 pm 
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if they did have the mounts on the chainstay as suggested above then wouldnt that be the 22mm hayes caliper that big eck had at some point?

i didnt really see it as feasible with the curved chainstay, but i guess i was wrong


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is it poss to measure the holes to find wat fits? Hub i have at the mo is a shimano fh-m475 viam 6 bolt


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 11:15 pm 
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It wasn't 22mm Hayes mounts.

Now that I've said about having chainstay disc mounts I'm struggling to find any evidence :roll:


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wat else could they be for? They must be coz urs didnt have v mounts


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put a pic up and measure the center to center of the holes 8)


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I can't see the second picture in your second post. It might help.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 11:42 pm 
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the disc mounts on my atx frame..



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my laptops decided it doesnt want to work n cant upload em off my phone for some reason. Could email someone a pic


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That's the disc mounts I had in mind.

Hope seem to have dropped the pdf file with the fitment guide for the numbered calipers from their tech section so I'm unsure what caliper would fit on those mounts.

Looks like an A2Z mount works as well which would let you use any I.S caliper.


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captain slow dont suppose you have a pic without the caliper on do you? Yours has the same 2 holes like mine but thats not where your caliper is attached. And it hasnt got the mounts on the top stay like others h have seen


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