Re: [CR] drop... PADS ?


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From: "brianbaylis@juno.com" <brianbaylis@juno.com>
Date: Mon, 11 May 2009 15:11:15 +0000
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Cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR] drop... PADS ?


Bob,

I've made such things before, and the work fine even with one standard bolt to hold them.

Brian Baylis
La Mesa, CA
USA


---------- Original Message ----------
From: Bob Chmara
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Subject: Re: [CR] drop... PADS ?
Date: Mon, 11 May 2009 09:35:00 -0400


I've searched for something like this in the past but hadn't run across anything. I would wonder if there would be issues with the pad holder rotating since the braking force isn't on the same axis as the clamping force holding the pad to the break arm.

I've considered fabricating something like this using two bolts to secure a "drop plate" to the break arm to prevent rotation, but my toolset (and skill set) for this kind of work is minimal.

Bob Chmara Southfield, Michigan, USA

| From: Thomas | Subject: [CR] drop... PADS ? | | I have here some drop-down brake pads... the case that | holds the | shoe has a flat tab that sticks up with a bolt to hold it | onto a brake | arm... the bolt center is about 5/8ths of an inch above the | center of | the pad. they look steel (not AL alloy), they seem old... | I do not | remember what brake I got them from. they would not do | well as lift | ups as that end of the shoe case is open (for pad replacement). | Picture available... Anyone seen these before? anyone need them? | Thomas Seaman | portland, oregon | U.S. of A.