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  • Cane Creek SCX-5 Cantilever Brake

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A high-performance, lightweight cantilever brake, the SCX-5 utilizes the tried and true cantilever brake design which provides maximum braking power for Cyclo-cross bikes, retro mountain bikes, touring bikes - basically any bike that uses cantilever mounts. A linear return spring design provides smooth response over the full braking range, and micro tension adjusters allow brake tension fine tuning.
Construction: The SCX-5's arms are cold forged aluminum for strength, and finely polished for great looks. Stainless steel is used wherever possible for maximum durability in the elements. Cartridge brake pads are used for ease of maintenance.

• Materials - Cold-forged 6061 aluminum alloy arms, stainless steel hardware cartridge brake pads. • Rim - Width range 20.5-36.5 mm. • Weight - 160 g per caliper (320g pair). • Finish/Colours - High polished anodized black with laser etched logos.
 
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Хороший, довольно сильный тормоз До него был Shimano 105, но когда у него стерлась колодка, а новая и стоила дорого,и проблематично достать, я решил купить кантеливер под стандартную колодку. Cane Creek не разочаровал. Во-первых, силой торможения, а во-вторых, возможностью легко подобрать сменную колодку, если будет необходимо. Смотрится тормоз стильно, монтируется очень легко. С родными колодками вполне успешно тормозит в весьма грязных условиях. 18 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by well, it's american? first thing I did upon getting it was complete disassemble and wax with Super web grease and Super slick, very thoroughly, so i can't tell my experience with out of box product. reassemble was a trifle, and fitting to bike was quite enjoyable if not funny, mind that I had to adjust it asymmetrically for the setup of mine. Braking is powerful, much dirt blocks the backaction slightly - I'd suggest more popwerful springs, but overall it's not a bad compared to the original brakes that were on the bike. pads work in rain and water/oils/mud w/o fails up to moment. What I can't feel just enough is braking modulation, I sometimes seem like they work "stop - no stop", but then again I guess i could adjust that with proper cabling (I think my rear cable housing's too short for them to work correctly at moment). Giving 4 for reason that cool look does not completely count for the price - I got mine for 26.80pounds and that was better) 06 July 2011
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