onza wanabe

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About onza wanabe

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    Trials Dude
  • Birthday 08/05/90

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    Go BIG or GO Home.
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    Hastings, England.

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    East Sussex
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    dean foster
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    Currently looking for mod or stock.
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  1. Was just going on personal experience used a couple cable disc brakes set them up nice and tight got them going strong but then after a while the cable snapped wouldn't personally use cable disc after that lol
  2. its cable its expected
  3. Hi, 

    I'm new to this forum and don't seem to be able to respond to your message "in-line" on the post like I should be able to. 


    short answer is no, sorry it's a front brake....

    longer answer.... the lever can be flipped to use on the left or right of the bars and the caliper is not front or rear specific (can be used for both). The only problem is that the hose is only 1metre long, so to use on the rear you'd need to get a new hose... not the end of the world but will depend on how keen you are! 

    ps the price sounds ok and we're relatively local to each other which is nice! 



  4. Chain has seized and its low in tension are you mod or stock riding (20" 24" or 26") mods just used chain tensioners and pull the rear wheel back until its slightly tight then tighten axle bolts to finish the tension off with plenty of lubricant or grease on chain to help it or get a new one for something around £14.00 the pistons sound like they need some serious lubricating remove pistons and i personally would soak them in some form of grease to help them then strip the grease off after a soak then reapply the o rings and put back together new fresh bleed if its a hs33 id personally water bleed some like magura blood then give that a shot let me know if this helps
  5. Looking to see if anyones riding at radical bikes tomorrow if so i'l pop up.
  6. didn't end up going due to wet next sunday it is
  7. i looked around and cannot find anything with the same caliper and cannot find a guide or video of anyone taking a hope piston apart lol il carry on looking.
  8. I have surfed the web and found nothing to help me with hope trial zone caliper servicing can someone possibly link me something please
  9. i have no idea how to service a hope brake haha will look for a guide somewhere this is the first time ive really used dual disc's
  10. Hey all, Me and a mate are going to radical bikes this Sunday will be there from open till 5ish if anyone fancies joining us more the merrier :).
  11. Hey all i have a question i have some hope trial zones front is amazing working fine but the pistons on the rear wont stay in no matter what i do there is always constant rub on the disc ive re bled i thought maybe over filled it nope so let some fluid out made it slightly better but still the pistons are coming out i need some help please
  12. All freewheels do this mate don't worry about it
  13. it's normally down to riders preference pal.
  14. Think we are looking at standish area i'l be up for riding when ever i can nomally sundays.