EE Direct Mount Brakes mounting

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williamg15
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by williamg15

Hi y'all

First time poster here!

I just picked up a pair of second hand ee direct mount brakes for a tarmac sl6 build. Front brake is straight forward, just threads straight into the frame.

I am unsure of the rear, the frame is not threaded. I presume the ee brakes should have come with nuts but they didn't. Can someone shed some light on the mounting for the rear brake?

Thanks
Will

bikeboy1tr
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Location: Southern Ontario Canada

by bikeboy1tr

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dudemanppl
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by dudemanppl

The frame comes with nuts

alcatraz
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by alcatraz

You need a thin 13mm wrench and a toothpick :D to secure the cable clamp side.

williamg15
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by williamg15

Realised (after a lot of searcing) I need an ee direct mount adapter as the frame is a 54

https://www.canecreek.com/product/eebra ... 6-bee0166/

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