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    bonkin' clyde
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    Apr 2004

    Screwed the Hayes IS adapter!

    I was doing a standard rear brake readjustment when the upper screw (the one further up the rear left seatstay rather than the one further south near the rear dropout) simply kept tightening...and then I realized the thing was frigging stripped! Now its not too much of a big deal because its still pretty tight and the lower one (the one that prevents the calipers from riding up with the disk motion) are still intact. However, this was the last adjustment I could make...No more crashing the bike. I guess I need a new Hayes post-mount adapter for the IS disk-mount on my NRS. The only ones I could find were the 8" adapters...any adapters I need available anywhere?
    My bed comforts my body. Sleep comforts my mind. The trail comforts my soul. And without a soul, what is a body anyway?

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    Do It Yourself
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    Jan 2004
    About $10 or so at your LBS or here...

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