Question about Fuji Cycling
Is this disk or brake blocks like cantilever or vbrake. I have disks now b ut have never messed with them. If it is not disk then I would just say to make sure that the rear part of the pad hits the rim first. Fine tuning is done by adjusting the turn buckle where the cable goes into the lever. Set the brakes so that when you are pulling hard on the brakes, on dry pavement, set the brakes so that they only get tight enough to not quite lock up. And make sure you use both brakes at the same time. Not just one or the other. adjust the pads by putting one or two dimes between the pad and rim. There are also adjustment screws on the brake arms that control spring tension and in the end the alignment of tire between the brakes. You want the same space between pads and rim on both sides. If they squeal because you have been riding with poorly adjusted brakes take a file to the pads to level them out. Thy will grab better after this. Hope it helps
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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