The caliper could also be misaligned.links0311 said:I'm guessing it's facing forward. I took it out of the box with the adaptor already attached to the brake. I'm watching the tour and will work on it again after. Thanks for the reply.
Possible, but it is likely the axle would not even fit into the dropouts with the front bracket mounted on the rear and a 160mm rotor.petey15 said:links - I had the same issue and turns out, the adapter that was already on the caliper was for the front, if it's a 160mm rotor, or the rear, if it's a 140 (?). Anyway, I have to put the "spare" adapter on and attach the calipers to that. The folks here reminded me that there is a front and a rear adapter (doh!) and Avid doesn't differentiate between front and rear when you order them, they automatically set it up for the front. At least, that's what I think is going on.
Start a reply, go to Advanced mode, find and click the upload images button, and follow the bouncing prompts to browse to and select your photo. Once you're finished, close that dialog box, type something into the message and save it. No other storage host required.links0311 said:I have two pictures of the rear caliper that I want to post, how do you go about posting pictures on these forums? I took the pics with my phone, emailed them to myself, and then saved them to my desktop.