Okay well i put my new juicy 5s on last night(love them, they stop great and dont make any noise)
So i put them on yesterday and heard a little scrapping sound figure everything was new just had to brake pads in ect, but then when i took it out for a ride today and noticed it was still doing it and looked at it more, i found out it was rubbing on my spokes :eekster:
I can move the caliper enough out of the way with the adjustments but if i move it to much the rotor starts to scrap/rub.
So i was wondering if i could put like 1-2 little spacers space it like 1/16-1/8 nothing huge just enough to give me enough space not to rub on my spokes.
The benefit of the complete shim is that they should be a uniform thickness. Using good quality washers of the same thickness should be OK, buy given the choice, and considering how much strife caliper/rotor misalignment can create, I think I'd always go for the complete shim if possible - it's not as though they're particularly expensive*..
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