ozrider wrote:I don't know what your using for brake pads....but.
My Shimano pads were chewing my Fulcrums so I swapped to Koolstop Salmons, best thing I ever did.
Some wheels also have a groove in the braking surface - when that has worn away it's time to replace your rims.The Duckmeister wrote:Some models of Mavic rims have a dimple machined into the inner face of the sidewalls. When the rims wear down far enough, this forms a hole in the outer surface. When you can see this hole, it's time for new rims. There is a decal on the rim with arrows indicating where to look.
brycerider wrote:If they get to 20,000 I will be happy and go buy a new pair.
hamishm wrote:weg wrote:Every time this thread comes up I check my rims. 25k and not concave (Open Pros), and no little hole opposite the valve.
what's a little hole mean?
Mike.Ayling wrote:MWP - your signature tag shows:
Duitse humor: Je opa's fiets op het dak gooien.
German humour: your grandfather's bike ????????
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