Anyone out there own a set of AX3000 brake calipers? I've just installed them on to my bike and find that I cannot get the rear brake to stay centred. There does not seem to be any way of setting and fixing the caliper's position, so am thinking that it must be the short run of outer cable from the boss on the back of the top tube to the brake arm that is too long and pushing the caliper over... Any thoughts appreciated..
Also, when I bought these, from a seller on this forum, he recommended that, for improved braking feel, I install some small pieces of hard plastic (provided) under the arms of the carbon springs to get a better lever feel. However, there's no indication of how to locate these pieces under the brake caliper arms or how to keep them in place. I've simply pushed them into place from above, and the pieces seem to sit there, held by the pressure of the carbon spring against the back of the caliper arm and it does provide a more positive spring pressure.
Though the spring tension appears to hold them there, I'm worried that when out riding they'll pop out, and I'll end up pulling the brake levers to the handlebar in an attempt to stop... What would you recommend using as a semi-permanent "glue" on the carbon caliper arms/plastic pieces to try to secure these in place a bit better? Any suggestions?
PSI can't get hold of the person who sold me the brakes to ask them about this, otherwise I would do that!
Hope someone can help,