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    ?'s about an ENO DisC

    so if you do use an eno disc hub....does it cause problems w/ the rotor/pad interface...as in not contacting in the correct aera due to the arc of the axel...aw hell will this thing work ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BThor
    so if you do use an eno disc hub....does it cause problems w/ the rotor/pad interface...as in not contacting in the correct aera due to the arc of the axel...aw hell will this thing work ?
    It comes with an adapter for the disc tabs, which is also eccentric to avoid problems. It works just like the standard eccentric. Once White Ind. sends me the images, I will put them in the site.

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    thanks...please post pics for the 3d challenged...

    peace

    Thor

    or better yet I plan on converting a new 05' cannondale F1000


    http://www.cannondale.com/bikes/05/cusa/model-5FS1.html

    using the eno...disk in the rear...will it work?

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    Will White's brake adapter work with all IS mount brakes or is it for post mount calipers only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BThor
    thanks...please post pics for the 3d challenged...

    peace

    Thor

    or better yet I plan on converting a new 05' cannondale F1000


    http://www.cannondale.com/bikes/05/cusa/model-5FS1.html

    using the eno...disk in the rear...will it work?
    Courtesy Hollywood:
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showpost.php?...63&postcount=3

    Good question about post and IS mounts though...
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    From what I can tell...

    The mounting holes that are on the eccentrics bolt to the IS mounts on the frame, and then a post mount caliper mounts to the other holes on the adapter. So I think it would only work with IS mount frames, but there aren't many post mount frames around any more?

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    The Caliper mount pattern not the frame mount pattern.

    It looks to me like Whites adapter attaches to the frame’s IS mount and allows you to attach a post mount caliper (Hays, avid etc…) to the eccentric adapter. So If I currently have an IS mount caliper it will not work with this adapter. This is what I interpret from the couple of pictures I have seen but I could be missing something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endomaniac
    The Caliper mount pattern not the frame mount pattern.

    It looks to me like Whites adapter attaches to the frame’s IS mount and allows you to attach a post mount caliper (Hays, avid etc…) to the eccentric adapter. So If I currently have an IS mount caliper it will not work with this adapter. This is what I interpret from the couple of pictures I have seen but I could be missing something.
    yes, I concur from the pictures in Hollywood's thread, it does SEEM that way. guess we'll just have to wait til someone gets one and gives us a review.
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    Um - go to the source

    Rampant speculation going on here

    Some of it sounds good, and most of it sound right, but if you really want to know, email White. I usually get same day response.

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