EBC Brakes Hayes Stroker Brake Pad

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Disc brake pad replacements for Hayes models. Red- Extra High in friction but still an organic pad for use on allTypes of rotors, for downhill use Green- High quality organic formula producing an excellent all around replacement for cross country riding

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Hayes Stroker Trail - Free Stroke Adjust & Bleed Questions

I just bought a used bike that came with Hayes Stroker Trail brakes. A couple of questions: (1) Do these brakes have a free stroke adjustment? I don't think they do but as I was leaving LBS today (was in shop for something else) mechanic commented on play in levers and said I might want to adju ... Read More »

Hayes Stroker Gram Vs. Magura MT2 - what do?

Sup! Jenson have the set of Hayes Stroker Gram for $180 MSRP $480 or so claimed anyway. Im currently riding MT 2s on a custom Cdale Trigger built for the rough stuff. Been thinking about upgrading the brakes.I like the MT 2s but i think i would now benefit from something a litter more upgraded. Goo ... Read More »

??? installing hayes stroker gram discs

I ordered white but it looks pretty stupid on the rear brake hose as the bike is mostly white at the front and black top tube and seat stay so will my LBS have to order a Hayes replacement hose, or just use something from the shop inventory? Also the front is 160 mm rotor and I wish to go to 180 - ... Read More »

Old bike - Hayes Stroker Levers with 1998 Hayes Champagne (Purple) Calipers?

I have a Gary Fisher FH0 I am trying to resurrect. I purchased it new in March 1998. It has the original champagne/purple/mag Hayes brakes, including the 22mm rear chainstay caliper and 68mm front (Manitou X-Vert TPC) caliper. I already bought a G2 caliber rebuild kits (compatible with old calipe ... Read More »

Works better when wet? Hayes Stroker Ace question (also a general pad question)

I just bought these brakes used last week (and I have personally re-bled it, rebuilt the rear caliper, sanded rotors and pads), but these still lack in bite (they're four-piston mind you). The weird thing is that when I wash down the caliper/rotor and the brakes are wet (this is just after serv ... Read More »

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