Discussion in 'Mech Tech' started by Dazza, May 11, 2019.
I think it’s because lots of people only buy stuff if they think it’s on sale or a bargain etc hence buy one get one free x percent off deals
Not sure how you measure travel
If it’s total distance travelled before stopping I’d say about half way??
I reckon there’s about an inch of travel before feeling any significant resistance - is there a way to take up this slack?
It might be fine once I get out and try it
I asked the guy at the counter exactly the same question when I picked them up , he said they will all do exactly what they’re intended for , how long they do that for and how long they are guaranteed for us what you pay the difference on , I opted for the ATE branded ones - hopefully the right choice
You feel like that don’t you sometimes - like last night when my wheel brace slipped and I ended up punching the gravel drive -
On the flip side a mate of mine has a small scooter spares emporium - he stocks two types of everything - a quality perfectly fit for the job option and the other is one that supposedly is the best of the best and the price reflects it for those that have to have the best of the best and brag about it when it reality all they’ve done is wasted their money - guess which one he sells the most of ?
Adjust the master cylinder pushrod to reduce the free play.
I’ll have a look whilst I’m under there taking up the slack on the handbrake as well
Ha ha ..
They were the middle of the road option - wouldn’t know if ATE carried any bragging rights over any other brand to be honest
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