I seem to remember them being like it before. I 'adjusted' them a while back as they were properly rubbing and 'squeaking'. They still work though - as proven by the 38.5mph blat and subsequent stop afterwards.HLaB said:Wayne was your rim catching the brake before you changed tyres? if not you have probably put the wheel back off kilter slightly. Its simple to fix just undo the quick release, pull the brakes hard and retighten the quick release.
Unfortunately if they were like that before it is probably trueing needed, unless they were off kilter before too.
That's not too far from me to be honest, cheers.mcr said:If you're not persuaded to go the DIY route, there's Dorvic Cycles at the bottom end of Bridge Street in Leighton Buzzard (not sure where you are in Beds). I've no experience of using it yet, but was recently quoted £30 for a full service plus parts - seems like an old-fashioned, one-man-operated LBS.
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