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    First hydro brakeset! Hayes Stroker Trail

    New build project calls for some new parts. I decided to go with hydros on this Rockhopper build. Was loking at Juicy 5 but decided to give Hayes a go, besides, the Strokers look cooler :P

    I was wondering if the dial knob on the handle can be changed. I see some in ano blue but mine comes in grey. Can they be swapped? Blue will add to my blue accents.

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    Yes, they can be swapped out. Check out some carbon levers as well. You'll like the brakes. Very comfortable levers, modulation is quite nice and stopping power isn't bad either.

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    consider a better thread title

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    Quote Originally Posted by djork
    New build project calls for some new parts. I decided to go with hydros on this Rockhopper build. Was loking at Juicy 5 but decided to give Hayes a go, besides, the Strokers look cooler :P

    I was wondering if the dial knob on the handle can be changed. I see some in ano blue but mine comes in grey. Can they be swapped? Blue will add to my blue accents.
    I have a brand new rear brake on my Transition Top and I have the blue knob. I'll swap you if you like. The blue is not really going with my color scheme, I'd much rather have the grey.

    If not let me know if you find a place to purchase them seperately.


    Jonirons@hotmail.com

    Thanks,
    J

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