The Post Mount system was created by Hayes and is currently utilized broadly over the business. Connectors are accessible that will permit you to introduce a post-mount brake on an IS mount fork, or the other way around don’t as well, despair if what you have doesn’t seem like it will fit.
caliper position is anything but difficult to change with the Post Mount system yet it’s critical to guarantee that the cushions are corresponding with the rotor before fixing the jolts that hold the caliper set up.
It’s surprisingly simple to boll the caliper on at a slight point, so one cushion contacts the rotor at the top and the other at the base. Regardless of whether this doesn’t make the brake noisy and draggy, it will cause it to feel soft instead of sharp and is to be dodged.
Stage 1: If you are reusing the caliper jolts, place a spot of string locking compound on the string. New jolts should accompany this previously applied. Reluctant a washer to each jolt on the off chance that one’s not as of now on: here, at that point, push the jolts through the gaps in the caliper. Line the jolts up cautiously with the strung gaps in the Post Mounts.
Stage 2: Screw the fasteners in until they’re practically close; you ought to have the option to squirm the caliper from side to side however you shouldn’t have the option to shake it in reverse and forward. Pull the brake switch with the goal that the cushions both contact the rotor and continue pulling it as you straighten out the jolts. If you fix one jolt completely before fixing the other, you will find that the turn of the jolt pulls the caliper over aside and you will never get the cushions to hit the rotor straight. Instead, fix each jolt then again a quarter-turn at a time until they are tight.
Stage 3: You will ordinarily find that this has divided the caliper impeccably. On the off chance that it doesn’t work the first run-through, attempt once more, and if the cushions are as yet hitting the rotors unevenly, you should take a gander at the hole among cushions and rotor, work out which cushion is excessively close, slacken the jolts and move the caliper over by hand before fixing the jolts up once more. This is an all the more fiddly method of setting the arrangement; however, it’s not troublesome; it just requires persistence.
Measuring of disk brake mounts
Is mounts are quite often 51 mm separated. A different standard was quickly utilized with 21.5 mm separating. The openings in an IS mount are not strung – the fixing jolts go through the mount and string into the caliper. Post Mounts are currently more familiar. However some particular varieties in size show up from time to time: standard Post Mounts are 74 mm, yet 68.8 mm, and 70 mm have been utilized.
All caliper fixing jolts are M6 string, paying little heed to mount standard. On the off chance that you have Post Mount disks and an IS mount outline/fork or the other way around, don’t surrender – you can purchase connectors to change over from one standard to the next.
They may appear to be costly for a little piece of machined aluminium yet without them your mismatched brakes essentially won’t work – there are no quick fixes that can be clone here. Jolt the connector solidly to the IS part, regardless of whether that is the edge/fork or the caliper, at that point adhere to the post Mount change guidelines to set up your brake.
Try not to freeze on the off chance that you have a more seasoned climb with a nonstandard amount, either. Contact the maker, who ought to have the option to gracefully a connector that permits you to utilize a more common standard.
If you have a casing without disk mounts however might want to utilize disks, you might be thinking about utilizing one of the accessible change packs. These spot extra weights on edge in regions where it was not initially planned or tried to take them, and might be harming to the cylinders. Their prosperity additionally relies upon the actual state of your edge, so get counsel from your bike store before seeking after this choice.