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    Fuji Nevada 1.0 disk breaks

    This is my first post and just wanted to say hello to everyone. My name is Beau and I reside in Appleton, WI. I am a newbie to the biking world, and knew I would need a forum such as this for tid bits. Thank you to the creators of this site and the mods for this place.

    I have a question regarding the disk breaks on my Neveda. It sounds like the disk are engaged slightly when I'm moving. Just wondering if this was normal? Before I purchased the bike, I didn't even know that there was such a thing as disk breaks. Please excuse my newbiness.

    Thanks.

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    Hi Beau im in San Antonio Texas and i put an order for a Fuji nevada 1.0 on and i have to say the reviews are great and the place im getting it from are gona tune it up for a long time free of charge with that sed , why dont u take it to get checked out im sure if its new its nothing so i wouldnt worry

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    I'll wait the till it gets closer to the 90 period before I take it in. Unfortunately, I only get one free tune up.

    When ridding, does it sound like the disk breaks are engaged slightly or is that normal?

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    Sounds normal ride it break it in and see if it goes away but dnt worry u gt an awesome bike

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    Its just a little brake pad rub on the rotors. A little can be normal from time to time, if its all the time, the caliper needs to be recentered on the rotor to minimize the rub noise.

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