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They have some that work on a Cag or X7 type bike, the bolt right up and you use your stock brake discs.
 

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I saw them for my cag, $25 for the fronts and $30 for the rear I think. I'd be interested in the rear to see if it elimates the horrible drag.
I spent 45 min the other day trying to line everything up smooth
 

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I saw them for my cag, $25 for the fronts and $30 for the rear I think. I'd be interested in the rear to see if it elimates the horrible drag.
I spent 45 min the other day trying to line everything up smooth
Sometimes you gotts get brutal by breaking out the hammer and a rod to re align the mount a bit...Nothing is welded conscentrically..............
 

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Man literally everything on these bikes needs to be tweaked or replaced with better quality stuff. I got it to spin freely but what a pain. My brakes don't lock up until the lever is all the way in, I like it to grab up top but oh well it works and its virtully drag free
 

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Man literally everything on these bikes needs to be tweaked or replaced with better quality stuff. I got it to spin freely but what a pain. My brakes don't lock up until the lever is all the way in, I like it to grab up top but oh well it works and its virtully drag free

On the arm on the caliper youll see a nut with a center screw with an allen wrench hole....Loosen the nut and turn the center screw post inwards til you get the pads shimmed tighter to the rotor...........Thats an adjustment screw most dont know is there and what its there for..............

All my cable brakes stop on a dime and I can either skid out or endo quite easily......
 
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