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Old 02-11-2011, 05:18 AM   #16
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Check your shoes and pads... maybe they have glazed over which will definately cause stopping issues.. also you definately need to readjust your brake linkage...
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I tried taking the spring out and putting a hard tube in it place. It helped jsut a little but not really enough to matter.

I just took the lever on top of the cam and turned it around s its facing the engine and it seems like i get alot more braking pressure, I havents given it a test run yet but i have my fingers crossed.

btw.. just for trying to fix the brakes i super glued the A arm back together.
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