Did you get "bosses" or "bolts"? Bontrager MTBs (at least the ones that I've owned) do not have rear bosses. A long bolt holds the rear brakes in place instead.Boy named SSue said:I got a set from Bontrager directly a year or so back. Give them a try.
jimmy said:Trying to put canti brakes on my 1994 Bonty, rear. There are no bosses on the rear stays, only holes to install the boss (is that what they are called?). Any source for these? My bike shop cannot find any.
I got the sleeve that the bolt runs through that would be the boss on any other bike. I got my bolts from a great store called The Screw Shop. They have every bolt or screw you could ever need and sadly no t-shirts.laffeaux said:Did you get "bosses" or "bolts"? Bontrager MTBs (at least the ones that I've owned) do not have rear bosses. A long bolt holds the rear brakes in place instead.
Not a bad idea... I tried installing a set of Avid Ultimate direct pull brakes on my Race Lite, and it will not work with the stock Bontrager set-up. I forget what the issue was exactly, but the set up would not work (the arms were not held on securely). I have an Ultimate on the front, and a Avid Mag on the rear as a result. Real bosses would fix that.flyingsuperpetis said:Blasphemy, I know, but I bored & tapped mine for a pair of standard 8mm ti studs, and now I can run grafton speed controllers without (as much) cursing. I do like knowing they won't corrode and/or split like the ones they replaced, plus they're a bit more solid than that puny bolt. Noticably? Of course not.