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    06 Inbred rear caliper problem

    06 Inbred. Rear caliper is bolted to the correct adapter for the size disc I'm running. Problem is when bolted onto the frame the caliper is about 1/2" away from the disc. Does this frame take a special disc adapter?

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    Only thing I can think of is adapter goes on the inside of the frame mount.

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    yup that's how I have it. Seems to need a special adapter for this frame? Kinda silly since every other frame is standard

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    Looks like it needs spacers - a thread here:
    On-One inbred sliding dropout brake problem Singletrack Forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by shift96 View Post
    06 Inbred. Rear caliper is bolted to the correct adapter for the size disc I'm running. Problem is when bolted onto the frame the caliper is about 1/2" away from the disc. Does this frame take a special disc adapter?
    Can you please post some pics and details of the components you are using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    Can you please post some pics and details of the components you are using?
    Avid Juicy 5 rear caliper with the standard supplied bracket for 140 disc. I made spacers to make it work but I don't like it. Not sure why the caliper bracket on the frame is in the wrong spot. Every other frame I have ever had did not need spacers to line the caliper up correctly

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    There is a picture in the thread I linked to.

    On-One sliding dropout - a set on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by shift96 View Post
    Avid Juicy 5 rear caliper with the standard supplied bracket for 140 disc. I made spacers to make it work but I don't like it. Not sure why the caliper bracket on the frame is in the wrong spot. Every other frame I have ever had did not need spacers to line the caliper up correctly
    I still do not know which version Inbred frame you have.
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    06 inbred with the slotted drop outs and the bolt on plates to run gears. I'll post a pic. thanks

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