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When I take my daughters front wheel off her Diamondback bike I need to reajust the front break. How can this be avoided?

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By always placing the wheel firmly into the fork's dropouts and then then tightening the quick release. Adjust the brake centering and it should always stay the same UNLESS the brake centering itself is moving every time you disconnect the brake to remove the wheel. Then it gets complicated.

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