Magura Rim Brakes Brake Pad

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Magura Brake Pads for Rim Brakes. Factory replacement pads for your HS, FIRM or even older models. Magura riim brakes are the only hydraulic option for those without disc brake tabs.

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rhyno lites and rim brakes

I have have an old rim sitting around that I was going to use on a cheap commuter. The rim is an all black rhyno lite that I was previously using on a disc brake set up. This rim does not have the silver "machined" section where the rim brake contacts the wheel. Is it still rim brake compatible? The ... Read More »

Rim Brakes that squeak question

I am new to mountain bike riding and ive noticed after going down a couple of steed hills my brakes have started to squeak. I have searched online on how to fix it but i haven't been successful and I was wondering if anyone here can help me remedy this problem. Both the front and back squeak pretty ... Read More »

A questons about rim brakes that squeek

I am new to mountain bike riding and ive noticed after going down a couple of steed hills my brakes have started to squeak. I have searched online on how to fix it but i haven't been successful and I was wondering if anyone here can help me remedy this problem. Both the front and back squeak prett ... Read More »

Upgrading from Avid Rim Brakes to Mechanical Disc

I have a little used 2001 Schwinn Rocket 88 Stage 3 full suspension.....one of Schwinn's last US made models. It is all XT and the Manitou SX-R and Fox Float suspension is in great shape. I'd like to update it by adding mechanical disc brakes. It is disc ready except for the wheels. I'm consider ... Read More »

Good 26" Rims (fat tire 2.5-2.7") for rim brakes?

Got a set of fat tires for my old bike, but I don't have clearance for the rear disc (it is a non-disc frame, but I was going to buy the universal adapter). So I am no looking for some decent rims that are able to handle a 2.5-2.7" width tire. Any suggestions are appreciated. ThanksRead More »

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