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The top hole puts the most tension on the spring and lower the least!

Generally you are meant to put the springs in the middle hole >_< and then turn the screw/allen bolt in, to get (more) tension on the springs!! B)


EDIT: damn to slow

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The holes are for the small pin on the back of the caliper to insert into. The higher the hole the stronger the spring tension will be. There will also be a small screw located near the brakes pivot point which can be used to fine tune the spring tensions of each caliper so you can get them balanced.

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