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Old 01-26-2009, 09:10 PM
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I like it.. what's the deal with the rear suspension don't think I have ever seen anything like that....
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I'm more interested in how well that rear brake setup worked. It appears to me that the anchor points are too shallow to hold the caliper under a high load. But then again I'm no engineer..........(shut up Frank)


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I see what you mean good point.. Makes me want to run another mount up to where the strut mounts for triangilation or however them engineers spell it...
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I'm more interested in how well that rear brake setup worked. It appears to me that the anchor points are too shallow to hold the caliper under a high load. But then again I'm no engineer..........(shut up Frank)


Aside from that I like it.
The caliper travels up and down with the entire wheel. We built it in 2005 and it is still on the road with zero failure. That was the reason for two mounts rather than just one.
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I like it.. what's the deal with the rear suspension don't think I have ever seen anything like that....

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