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    Suggestions for Juicy 7 installs

    I am installing juicy 7's on my '04 Fuel 100. Any tips or suggestion that will easy my set up? These are my first hydro disc brakes. Just trying to get any heads up before I go nuts putting my bike together. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by upendoed
    I am installing juicy 7's on my '04 Fuel 100. Any tips or suggestion that will easy my set up? These are my first hydro disc brakes. Just trying to get any heads up before I go nuts putting my bike together. Thanks.
    Just follow the directions in the box. They're super easy to set up. Just make sure your hose routing is clean and not in danger of being pinched by by suspension linkage or thrown up rocks. Also, I found that the hoses that come with my brakes were way too long. You'll want to get a bleed kit and get them sized up correctly sooner than later. Not good to have lots of extraneous hose sticking out.
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