Hayes El Camino Brake Pad

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The Hayes Sintered-Metallic bike disc brake pad is constructed of a sintered compoundSprings includedCompound: Sintered

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Hayes El Camino Brakes Locking Up

I recently bought a used 2001 Titus Racer-X Ti for $500 off of craigslist. So far, I've absolutely loved my bike, but I'm having some problems with my rear brake locking up after extended periods of braking. The levers have very little play in them even with the adjuster turned all the way out. What ... Read More »

El Camino Hayes Center Adjustment Question

Hi, Bought a new (well ....used bike) the day before yesterday. It has Hayes El Camino Disc Brakes (my first bike with disc brakes) The rear brake needs adjustment i guess. If i look at the disc it's not in the centre and when spinning the wheel, the wheel stops too early. Not sure how ... Read More »

Hayes El Camino vs. Stroker Ryde....

I'm gonna upgrade the brakes on bike #4...my Cove Stiffee (currently have awful Hopes) but I don't wanna break the bank on a bike I rarely ride. I can get either the El Camino or Stroker Rydes for dirt cheap. I use this for XC/Trail only...no DH or extreme stuff...so I'm sure either would be fine, b ... Read More »

Hayes Stroker Ryde and El Camino pad compatibility.

Just a quick query. From what i've seen online the pads for Rydes and El Camino's look identical. Are they interchangeable?Read More »

Hayes El Camino

I seemed to have lost most of the power in the brakes. they were bled last fall, but could be leaking air. not sure. is there any easy fix? both adjustment knobs are cranked in as far as possible. any thought from anyone? thanks is there an easy way to try to get any air out that may be tra ... Read More »

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