Old 10-07-20, 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
u-brakes can be very powerful. if your old ones are lacking, it's possible that a modern BMX u-brakes will fit the same way. set it up with some compressionless brake housing, good pads, and minimal spring tension and that should be a solid setup.
Thanks for that.
I just read up on compressionless housings and that sounds like a big part of my problem. No matter how close I set the calipers there is too much squish in the system. I think I am going to try the jagwire pro kit.
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