You'd have to use 2 separate pivot bolts locked to each other at the cross brace or even on top of each other via a coupling nut and lock nuts. Would require cutting down the bolt ends and threading the posts with a M6 die.Following ParkRNDL and OddJob's discussion about dual brakes in PRNDL's Sears Spyder thread, I was struck with a terrible genius idea... Has anyone ever mounted two brakes on one bolt?
@ParkRNDL I didn’t use it, but it came be used. The original Spyders used a 1.75” rear, so you’ll have problems in two areas: 1) you may have to spread the chain and seat stays to fit the width. 2) the rear fender is also for a 1.75” width so won’t fit. So perhaps get a regular 24” duck...ratrodbikes.com
Maybe if I got a really long bolt, I could mount one caliper on either side...
Maybe I gotta lay off the "wake-and-bake"
You were able to translate my brake solution
Blorange is one of my favorite combos, back in the day I had a mad set of NY Knicks Cons...Also thought Denver Broncos..
Dope! I love my Cons but sided with Shaq and Reebok over Jordans. Still Rock a meager collection AF1s though.Blorange is one of my favorite combos, back in the day I had a mad set of NY Knicks Cons...
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Thinking about grips and pedals, maybe a pinstripe sticker kit. Who knows, perhaps the fork I eventually aquire will need a little bit of spraying too. That would be tricky, not going to be many days above freezing between now and then
Hate to discourage a bro...Translation: too much effort.