I've found that the alignment will vary somewhat in the initial break-in phase, but after the pads are fully bedded in the alignment stays pretty good.rzozaya1969 said:I have a Hayes HFX 9
The other day I finally adjusted, as I thought, the caliper so that I didn't have brake rub. I tried it that day and everything went fine.
Yesterday, I started to have brake rub, and when I looked at the pads, one was touching the disc.
When I thought the caliper was asigned right, I did see light on both sides of the disc, but just a little bit. Do I need to bleed the brakes to leave more space? Or what do I need to do?
However, getting the same tension out of a quick release each time is a pretty tough trick. Buy some QuickNuts from 1UpUsa.com. I was a pretty big skeptic, but they were cheap so I bought a pair. I really love these things, much better than the bolt-ons I was using before. I'll put them on all my bikes with disc brakes in the future.