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Old 11-12-20, 08:20 AM
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victorm Never ran into this style cabling. That is not saying much!

I would first make sure the length of the cables between the "yoke" and the caliper are the same. Two ways to do that, move the yoke or adjust the cable on the caliper. The other yoke cable is fixed in length. Hopefully you can adjust the clearance of the pads with the adjustment on the brake lever.
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