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    Help Me

    Can not decide on which one have read reviews both score highly need some point of views and any problems incountered on the following disc brakes
    - Hayes el camino dh 8" front brake
    - Avid juicy seven 203mm 06 front brake

    come on lads enlighten me with your wise thoughts!

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    I have two sets of Juicy Fives (an '05 and an '06) and am happy with them, would go that way again. Can't speak to the 'caminos.
    There's car, beer, girls, and bike. Not just the three; you can have four. - Tyler Klassen

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    Application?

    Quote Originally Posted by mungo
    Can not decide on which one have read reviews both score highly need some point of views and any problems incountered on the following disc brakes
    - Hayes el camino dh 8" front brake
    - Avid juicy seven 203mm 06 front brake

    come on lads enlighten me with your wise thoughts!
    What kind of bike and riding will you be doing with it?

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    My Juicy's have been great!

    My Juicy's have been great and by far the easiest disk brakes to set up! I have not had any El Camino's but know a few people that have and some have had a lot of issues and a couple other swear by them. I think some of the issues were worked out that the early models had. Hayes is a very good company and I've been using other some of there other models for years. I am sure that they will get those El Caminos dialed in if they are not already.

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