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Does this come with a brake lever?
Posted by Oliver on 01/03/2011
Reply from TartyBikes on 02/03/2011
Hi Oliver - As stated in the Additional Information, "As pictured and described, this product is just the caliper, rotor and rotor bolts and does not include a lever or cable." Thanks, Mark
Is the price for 1 or 2 calipers? :D
Posted by Ross on 17/10/2011
Reply from TartyBikes on 17/10/2011
Hi Ross - This price is for 1 caliper. Thanks, Mark
This brakes with brake pads or not?
Posted by petras on 25/04/2012
Reply from TartyBikes on 26/04/2012
Hello - This brake is supplied with brake pads. Thanks, Mark
could the hope v brake lever be used with this?
Posted by steven. on 18/07/2012
Reply from TartyBikes on 18/07/2012
Any V-Brake lever will work with this brake. Thanks, Adam
can this caliper fits 180mm if i have the adapter?
Posted by marco on 06/04/2013
Reply from TartyBikes on 08/04/2013
Hello - As long as you have the right adaptor this caliper would fit fine. Thanks, Mark
Would this brake fit an onza zoot
Posted by Jon on 31/10/2013
Reply from TartyBikes on 01/11/2013
Hi Jon - the brake would fit the frame and fork itself, though your hubs do not have disc mounts so you would need to change them, and possibly your spokes depending on which hubs you changed to. Thanks, Flipp.
Is the braking very sudden , and how much pull would be in the levers (or can you adjust this,if so how)
Posted by Jon on 01/11/2013
Reply from TartyBikes on 04/11/2013
Hi Jon - the amount of lever pull is determined by where you set the clamp on the cable, and where you set the pad. There is a guide on how to set them up here: http://www.ecovelo.info/2011/04/15/a-foolproof-method-for-adjusting-avid-bb5-disc-brakes/ Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.
would this fit a onza rip 2009 ( just the rear)
Posted by Patryk on 09/03/2014
Reply from TartyBikes on 10/03/2014
Hi Patryk - thanks for your question. You cannot fit a disc brake to that bike as neither the frame or hub have disc brake mounts. Thanks, Flipp.
would these fit a monty magura 219?
Posted by jason on 18/04/2014
Reply from TartyBikes on 22/04/2014
Hi Jason - thanks for your question. These brakes would not fit that bike as neither the frame nor hubs feature the mounts required for a disc brake. Thanks, Flipp.
If i brought this for my onza zoot, could you tell me what new hubs and spokes i would need to buy.
Posted by James on 19/08/2014
Reply from TartyBikes on 20/08/2014
Hi James - thanks for your question. Any front disc hub for the front, and any 135mm spaced disc hub will work on the rear. Add spokes to your basket and mention in the notes that it is for Zoot rims and we will work out the lengths prior to sending them out. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.
which is the best disc brake cleaner which isn't to expensive? (for my BB5 disc brakes)
Posted by levi rogers on 21/05/2016
Reply from TartyBikes on 23/05/2016
Hello - We don't recommend using disc brake cleaner as we have often found that long-term it doesn't make brakes perform as well. Usually, pouring some clean water over the pads and rotor then riding the bike around whilst pulsing the brakes on and off helps scrub up the pads and rotors. If, after doing this, the brakes are still noisy or don't have much hold, it could be that the pads and rotor are contaminated. If this is the case then usually the only solution is a new set of pads and rotors unfortunately. Once they're contaminated there are a few things you can do to try and get a little bit of performance back, but they will never be as good as new. Thanks, Mark
my avid bb5 disc brakes lately have latey decreased in performance, as i land with the brake on it doesnt completely lock the back wheel, it just doesnt feel as crisp as the front and like it was in the past. i have taken the disc rotor off and cleaned it thoroughly with muc-off and the pads at the same time. its ok at the first 10 minutes of use but then seems to go bad again. What could this be and how can i fix it? (sorry for making you read all of this).
Posted by levi rogers on 30/07/2016
Reply from TartyBikes on 01/08/2016
Hi Levi - It sounds like the rotor or pads may have been contaminated at some point. Unfortunately, we have found that Muck-Off and other disc brake cleaners tend to have the opposite effect on cleaning rotors and pads up, and seem to leave a residue on them that stops them working properly. Because of this we recommend using clean, cold water if you're doing anything to scrub in/clean up rotors and pads. Just pouring water over them and riding around slowly pulsing the brake on and off seems to work well if you're bedding in or scrubbing up a set of pads and rotors, but if they're contaminated then it might not be able to bring them back. If you're planning on replacing the pads or rotor I would recommend doing both at the same time because if they have been contaminated, you run the risk of contaminating your new pads/rotors with your old rotors/pads. Hopefully that makes sense! Thanks, Mark
Would these fit an onza ska ?
Posted by Alfie on 12/05/2017
Reply from TartyBikes on 12/05/2017
Hi Alfie - Unfortunately it isn't possible to fit disc brakes to the Ska, sorry. The frame, fork and hubs are all non-disc. Thanks, Mark
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