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    Code Caliper

    Need some help in sourcing an online store for a set of Code calipers (or even 1 would work). I'm running a set of J7's and would like to upgrade their power w/ the Codes calipers. But, I'm having a hard time finding e-sellers...
    Thanx in advance.
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    Just go to a bike shop. They can order one (or two) no problem.

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    I just went through this. I had to downsize my rear rotor to a 160mm, but wanted to still have braking power.

    Best price for a complete caliper:
    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...93&category=13

    But you will need to get the hardware to attach it to the Juicy hose (man, that sounds dirty ). I ended up just getting a complete Code5 system from jenson. Cost $30 more, but it come with a rotor, adapter, and completely bled and ready to use lever/hose/caliper. Worst case I figure I can ebay the unused parts. Better than having to hunt down random hose fittings.
    http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...er+Set+08.aspx

    SantaCruzmtb store also has codes on blowout for $120, but you would be forced to swap stuff around as they only had fronts in 203mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AL29er
    I just went through this. I had to downsize my rear rotor to a 160mm, but wanted to still have braking power.

    Best price for a complete caliper:
    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...93&category=13

    But you will need to get the hardware to attach it to the Juicy hose (man, that sounds dirty ). I ended up just getting a complete Code5 system from jenson. Cost $30 more, but it come with a rotor, adapter, and completely bled and ready to use lever/hose/caliper. Worst case I figure I can ebay the unused parts. Better than having to hunt down random hose fittings.
    http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...er+Set+08.aspx

    SantaCruzmtb store also has codes on blowout for $120, but you would be forced to swap stuff around as they only had fronts in 203mm.
    Thanx for the heads up on the Santa Cruz store... I'm sufficiently skiilz'd to swap things around
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