Re: [CR]Squeeling Mavic OR10

Example: Component Manufacturers

Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2003 19:04:42 -0700 (PDT)
From: David Feldman <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Squeeling Mavic OR10
To: Steve Neago <>, Guy Apple <>
In-Reply-To: <000b01c39061$438939c0$>
cc: classicrendezvous <>

Also, sand the brake pads if they're either new or have a glazed look to the surface, and make sure no tubular cement is still on the rim sides.
David Feldman
Vancouver, WA

--- Steve Neago wrote:

> Hi Guy,


\r?\n> Did you "toe in" the brake pads slightly with an

\r?\n> adjustable wrench? I have

\r?\n> found this tends to solve most squeal problems...

\r?\n> Otherwise, you mat need

\r?\n> to change to a different set of brake pads


\r?\n> Regards, Steve Neago

\r?\n> Cincinnati, OH


\r?\n> ----- Original Message -----

\r?\n> From: "Guy Apple" <>

\r?\n> To: <>

\r?\n> Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2003 9:32 PM

\r?\n> Subject: [CR]Squeeling Mavic OR10



\r?\n> > I need some advice as to how to stop these rims

\r?\n> from squeeling with I

\r?\n> apply the brakes. These

\r?\n> > are the ones with the gold anodized finish. I have

\r?\n> tried gently sanding

\r?\n> and steel wool. I don't

\r?\n> > really want to remove finish, but there has to be

\r?\n> a way to just etch this

\r?\n> finish and to reduce the

\r?\n> > noise.

\r?\n> >

\r?\n> > I know the cute answer is ride them until they

\r?\n> stop, but what about the

\r?\n> look I get in the

\r?\n> > meantime! The noise is driving me out of my little

\r?\n> mind.

\r?\n> >

\r?\n> > Thanks

\r?\n> > Guy Apple

\r?\n> > Sunnyvale, CA