Delta Threaded Brake Pad

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Product Description

Aztec/Delta Threaded Brake Pads: Slim profile 62mm curved pad. 34g

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RIP 9 RDO, Leaving frame's threaded holes exposed?

Hey all, building up a RIP 9 RDO and was wondering if I can leave the bolts out of the S3 low mount that the front derailleur typically bolts to. I'm running the bike with a 30T Raceface NW and don't need a chain guide or front derailleur, and it doesn't seem that the bolts will thread in all of the ... Read More »

Ahead stem on threaded fork question

Hi guys I'm restoring an old Rocky Mountain (I waffled over whether this should be discussed here or in the V/R/C and decided that you guys are the one's who spend more time in the shop than trolling the internet for obsolete shiny things, so...) and I'm looking at rigid fork options. The frame wa ... Read More »

Incorrectly threaded brake mount (SB 66)

Has anyone here had issues with their rear brake mount holes being threaded incorrectly? I'm building up a new SB66 now and the brake mounting holes are not the standard M6x1.0 thread. They're bigger than M5 but not quite M6, the standard Shimano bolts and a handful of other M6 bolts that I have lyi ... Read More »

question on threaded GXP bottom bracket and the wavy washer + spacer, is it needed?

have a niner emd that i'm building up and it uses the 73mm threaded bottom bracket. i also have a s1000 OEM crankset from a trek superfly 100. it's also GXP but used the pressfit BB. with the press fit you use the pictured spacer and wavy washer for 3x10. now with this 73mm threaded BB do i even nee ... Read More »

83mm threaded shimano BB options - default Zee seized completely after 2 trips

So my new Zee crankset seized up after 2 rainy trip to Snowshoe WV. Non-drive side BB cup is seized and I cannot get it functioning properly again. I would like to buy a non-shimano made BB to replace it, since my faith in those bottom brackets being able to survive Snowshoe for more than 15 m ... Read More »

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