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My Avid Juicy 3 front brake seems to pulsate when pressure is applied to the brake lever and the braking is very uneven...almost like a pulse of sharp braking at one point of revolution. Is there an air bubble in the brake line?

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The brake disc may be warped from excessive heating. This may be caused by a dragging brake pad. the disc may have been bent from an impact.
This can also be caused by the pins holding the brake caliper being stuck. Try some WD40 on them and tap them (gently) to free them.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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I bought avid juicy ultimate front and rear brake set no upper clamp to secure brake to handlebar, match maker setup was used. How or where do I find oem clamp?


I am assuming you are looking for the clamp portion of the brake lever.

If you do a google search for the following you can find several options on-line, or go into your local bike shop and have them order for you, they may even have in stock if they do alot of work with Hydraulic brakes.

Search: Avid Juicy Brake Lever Clamp or Avid Hydraulic lever clamp.

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My juicy ultimate brake lever (rear) has a lot of play and retracts slowly after engaging.


Have you ever oil & adjust the wire cord?
If no then oil the brake and adjust the wire cord which is being adjusted with the bolt-screw type mechanism. If you don't know the braking mechanism visit the authorized mechanic and show them as it is crusial part.

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Avid Juicy 7 disc brakes:The front wheel was removed and the brake lever squeezed while the wheel was off. The front wheel goes on, but does not spin freely. It turns easily, but not freely like it...


It sounds like you have a piston that is not fully returned and is sticking.

Get a big flat bladed screw driver, take the wheel out and very carefully insert the screw driver into where the disc would sit and use the screw driver to try and push each brake pad back in without damaging your brake pads.

If this works go to a local bike shop and ask them for a avid brake insert for transporting your bike so this does not happen in future! :)


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Your brake failed and you need to take it to a good bicycle repair shop in your area. Hydraulic brakes on bicycles are not easy to self service as you need specialized tools and the proper replacement parts.

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There are some ways this can happen. If you accidentally apply pressure to that brake lever with the wheel removed you will have to gently force the pads apart with something that won't damage them and then bleed that brake. You will need a bleeding kit for that model as they are unfortunately mostly all different because of the fittings needed. The other problem is a sudden application of the brakes in an emergency will cause the seal in the brake lever in the piston to blow which requires part replacement and a brake bleed. If you want to attempt the repair yourself there is info at www.Parktool.com. In either case you will still have to go top a good bicycle repair shop for the necessary tools, parts,and supplies. Ask for brake wedges while you are there. They are fairly cheap plastic wedges that keep your pads the proper distance apart when you are transporting the bike with the wheels off. Hope this helps.

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use a flat screw driver and push the pads back in on the calliper. Be gentile though.

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take the wheel out insert a very large flat bladed screw driver up into where the rotor would sit and lever the pads back in very gently with the screw driver.

if this does not shift them they will need re-built by a Sram bike shop.

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