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  • Rear brake???????

    Does ADA have a rear disk brake kit for a Bladez Comp or are you planning on making one?????
    "Common sense isn't all that common"

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    No plans of one. I thought all of the BladeZ had rear friction brake pedals.
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    • #3
      Some....

      All of the current gas Moby's do have a rear pedal scrub brake. Earlier versions of the Moby (including the other labled versions such as the Fat Boy, Groove & Giggle) do not. Its funny since the hole is there in the frame, but the pedals were never attached.

      There is a disk brake kit out there, but it aint cheap. A nice little unit that actually fits inside the belt pulley area at the rear tire.

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      • #4
        Where can i find it????

        JBonnardel, where can i find this rear disk brake kit? If it is a well made piece, i wouldn't mind payin' for it!
        "Common sense isn't all that common"

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