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Dia-Compe 750 Centre Pull Calliper Brake 62-78 mm Drop - Nut Fitting - Front or Rear

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Dia Compe 750 Center Pull Brake. Can be used as a front with a recessed allen key fitting or a rear with the nut and washer supplied. Center pull design brake.
Brake Reach: 62 - 78 mm
Brake Lever Actuation: Short Pull
Color: SilverHub/Brake
Compatibility: Rim Brake
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Straddle Cable Query
By
16 Aug 2016
The straddle cable looks to have a barrel nipple on both ends - presuming this means that there is no clamping method included on either arm, could you please let me know the length of the included straddle cable (so I can figure out whether it'll clear the seat tube of the mixte frame to which I'm hoping to attach the brake)?
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

The straddle cable supplied with this brake is 105mm in length.

Thanks.
Efficiency Of Single Pivot Sidepull Vs Centrepull Caliper Brakes
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07 Jul 2016
- I recently ordered some DC classics brakes because they had a drop of 79mm. But I am trying to get away from single pivot side pull. Would this centre pull for my vintage Peugeot refurbed bike needing the max drop brake operate more efficiently with centrepull brakes? There don't seem to be any dual pivots with that kind of drop. Are they simple to fit or would other adjustements need to be made? Thanks
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

There are very few dual pivot calipers with such a long drop as they usually end up being quite flexible at this length so companies normally avoid it. A centre pull brake like this will fit in a similar way the only issue you may have is in the cable routing.

Thanks.
Dia Compe 750 Brakes
By
15 Jul 2015
Hi again,
Your reply to another person on 16th June states that this brake caliper now comes with a longer bolt for fitting to the front. Is this still the case?

Thanks Richard
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

I'm sorry for being mis-informed in my previous reply to yourself. These brakes do now come supplied with a second longer bolt to allow for fitting to front forks with a nut rather than recessed allen key bolt.

Thanks.
Dia Compe 750 Brakes
By
15 Jul 2015
Hi there,
I am restoring my 1970's Holdsworth Super Mistral Road bike, which currently has DiaCompe levers and Weinmann Vanqueur 750 calipers. The drop from mounting holes to centre of rim brake surface is 65mm. Would the DiaCompe centre pull 750 calipers you have listed be suitable? Current brakes are attached with a nut to end of mounting bolt.

Thanks Richard
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

This brake should definitely be suitable for use on the rear of your bike, but you may need to fit a longer bolt to one to be able to use it with a nutted fitting on the front of your bike.

Thanks.
Front Dia Compe Front Hex Nut?
By
14 Jun 2015
Hi,
I am looking to replace my front centre pull brake from my 1980s Dawes Galaxy, the Dia Compe 750 seems to have the drop, but I require a hex nut fitting for the front. Does the Dia compe 750 have a nut fitting for the front?
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

These Dia-Compe brake now come with a longer bolt supplied as well to allow you to fir these brakes with the nutted fitting on the front of older bikes.

Thanks.
How Much Shipping Gross Weight?
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25 May 2014
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

For a shipping quote just add all of the items you are looking at into your basket. Then proceed to the first step of the checkout. Once you have added a valid delivery address either by logging into your account or creating an account if you're a new customer the website will generate the shipping cost for you.

Thanks.