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    hey...Singletrack...

    Do you have discs on your Steelhead? I was installing my Hayes on mine and the holes on the frame are much bigger then the adapter I have. When I bought the adapter they told me there was only one size, so I was wonderin if you encountered this same problem or not.

    Thanks man.

    -Eric
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbike24_7
    Do you have discs on your Steelhead? I was installing my Hayes on mine and the holes on the frame are much bigger then the adapter I have. When I bought the adapter they told me there was only one size, so I was wonderin if you encountered this same problem or not.

    Thanks man.

    -Eric
    I have Hayes on my Steelhead - no problems here. Do the holes not match up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ngletrack
    I have Hayes on my Steelhead - no problems here. Do the holes not match up?
    damn their hayes, too. you know the adapts peice you have to use to convert the holes? well the holes don't match up....did i get a knock-off steelhead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbike24_7
    damn their hayes, too. you know the adapts peice you have to use to convert the holes? well the holes don't match up....did i get a knock-off steelhead?
    Nope 100% reall grade a quality, Im guessing that they dont match up because you had a crackintail

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    doupt it....I think there's an different adapter for front and back calipers...maybe you're using the wrong one.

    I have a steelhead as well, but am running vbrakes rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    doupt it....I think there's an different adapter for front and back calipers...maybe you're using the wrong one.

    I have a steelhead as well, but am running vbrakes rear.
    im gonna check that now, thanks for the tip.

    if it works then i will be convinced todd is selling bootlegged steelheads outta his Baja...
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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ngletrack
    I have Hayes on my Steelhead - no problems here. Do the holes not match up?
    I ALSO have Hayes on my Steelhead. And I'm pretty sure I had mine first, punk-ass imposter.

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    How cute. singletrack and s1ngletrack sittin' in a tree, with their steelheads (and hayes brakes, too).
















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    Quote Originally Posted by .thumper.
    How cute. singletrack and s1ngletrack sittin' in a tree, with their steelheads (and hayes brakes, too).
    I guess that means you got home safe. Good ridin' with ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by singletrack
    I guess that means you got home safe. Good ridin' with ya!
    You too, man. It was a blast. I'll post up pics tomorrow. I'm really tired and going to bed now.

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    two singletracks? im so confused.
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