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    Hayes+King Iso+Manitou fork... bad combo?

    Never mind... solved with washers behind the rotor.

    Hey all,

    Trying to get my Hayes calipers centered, and I'm noticing that the front does not seem to have enough room to move over enough to center. The inside pad rubs no matter what I do. I'm using a Manitou Black, so there's not anything to machine... it's like the caliper screw slot needs to be bored out or something to move enough. I'm using a King hub that was converted from non-disk to Iso by King. I actually noticed a similar problem with this hub and Avid discs, but the CPS bolts from Avid were able to move enough. So my questions:

    Is this an issue with the King hub? I have an old Real Disc that I will try next...

    What can I do about it?

    My rear caliper looks like it's going to have problems centering too, but that one uses an adapter so I can put spacers in. That's a Profile hub.

    Any comments or advice appreciated!

    Edit: The Real hub is the same deal.
    Last edited by slowride; 03-26-2004 at 05:45 PM. Reason: adding info

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