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Where can I get a new brake wheel for my Tour Trek One Click 2.0? The nubs for the brake have worn off.

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Actually, there are two solutions, did not see the two nubs on parts diagram either but I have done some extensive research and the nubs come with the cup assembly. One solution is to go to partstree.com and order part # 545102303 or part # 545180844. Both come with the white plastic nubs and springs. Also, what I did with mine if you are tech savy is cut off the stem that goes through the black cup, drill an 1/8th in hole through the bottom of the plastic nub and then assemble nub and spring and secure putting a screw through the hole in the bottom of the black cup, securing the nub. All you are doing is replacing the part of the nub that goes through the plastic cup with a screw. You are pre drilling the hole in the nub so you dont crack the nub with the screw. Make sure the screw is straight so you dont get too close to the edges or it will crack. This method takes crafty hands and good eyesight. If done correctly, they will never pop out again. Promise!

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