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post #5 of (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 11:53 AM
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Just picked up this rig. It has a cable actuated SC brake, is this preferable to having it plumbed into the bikes rear Master Cylinder?



Looks like a pretty good alternative to more difficult measures. Might be finicky to keep adjusted though. I worked on a 1500 side car rig a while back. It had the linked brakes removed and both front brakes off the front MC and the sidecar plumbed to the rear brake. The front MC had been changed to a larger bore to operate both front brakes.

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