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Brake disc

Aug 28, 2020 - 6:07 PM

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  • Hello,
    I just received my bike and i would like to know II it s normal to have the brake rear and front rotating in different directions ,is it ok? Because I have a strong noise when the wheels are rotating.
    Thank you

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  • Hi - Not quite sure what you mean by different directions! But looks all good in the photos.

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  • No it’s not! Your front brake rotor is mounted the wrong way. Rear is correct.

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  • @fastnumber27 -- Its not helped by the angle of the photo. But it looks correct to me. Here is mine. @julienmetzger is the same as that isn't it

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  • Sorry my bike was Upside down. Now I put the photos in the right way. Thank you for your advices. I just received my bike like that....

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  • I repeat myself... the front brake rotor is mounted the wrong way. It’s not the angle. I am able to turn my phone on my hands.
    The „rotor“ of the brakes should lean into the rotation, on @julienmetzger s bike they do not. If you zoom in, you can see that there is no arrow indicating the rotation direction visible on the front brake - it is on the other side. It’s pretty obvious.

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  • Ah, sorry I was looking at the mounting of the calliper - I thought that was the concern. So the rotor is the wrong way round. So @julienmetzger you need to flip the rotor.

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