Record chainstay mount brake
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    Record chainstay mount brake

    I was going to remove my brake pads to move my wheelset to a different bike. Based on the rotation of the wheel and the directions of the braking forces, I feel like these pads are on the wrong side. If I switch them, the braking force would act to seat the pads more in the pad holder. Does anyone agree with this logic? Should I switch them side to side?

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    You are correct. They're backwards. If you lost the set screw, they'd shoot right out when you braked.

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    Yes, these do appear to be installed on the wrong side. Likely the only thing that kept these pads from coming out are those little screws.

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    Thank you guys! I just wanted to confirm my suspicion. I think they were installed already from the factory and I didn't bother to make sure they were correct.

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