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Fork And Rim Question


Daniel Gray
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Currantly running echo urban fork with front maggie on D521 Drilled. I am however not 4 bolt. im going to order some new forks with 4 bolt and the question is

Will i be able to run 4 bolt urban fork with a d521 in other words will the pads reach the rim?

cheers in advance x.

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yes if you buy tensile 4 bolt mounts (Y)

tensile mounts are for usin widers rims, in this case them rim in question is thiner. so would be a waste of money

one of my mates is runnin a d521 on echo urbens , tis fine lad (Y)

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tensile mounts are for usin widers rims, in this case them rim in question is thiner. so would be a waste of money

one of my mates is runnin a d521 on echo urbens , tis fine lad (Y)

O cumooooonnnnn, flip em round and theyl move the calipers closer....

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or you could do what echo rob did on my bike when i swapped bikes with him

if you are running plastic backings then get another set of plastic backing and glue the new set of backing onto the back of your backings with the pads in if you get me

so basically glue more backing onot yours if you have plastic backings

it is a real bodge but it works well and no it aint spongy

dec

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