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heeeeelllllp on Avid Juicy 5s

edited December 1969 in Workshop
I ordered some juicy 5s in an IS mount, only to decide to buy a Marz fork with post mount DOH!!! I have a post mount bracket, but the bolts aint long enough. From the SRAM website the part I need is a bolt kit (number 11.5320.187.000) but I cant find any place that sells it.

does anybody know a good online shop I can find them?

cheers


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Terry Dolan - summer bike
Carrera Vanquish -commuter bike
Kona Cindercone - MTB

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  • maddog 2cpmaddog 2cp Posts: 3,134
    try either:

    1. chainreactioncycles

    or

    2. LBS

    or

    3. local enginneering stockist




    my choice would be 3 as my local firm stock every bolt known to man, so I've bought 20 of every one.

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  • if you`re running 160 mm rotors bolts should be OK as std; I changed from IS to marz post mounts and just used existing set up as supplied with std IS Juicy 5 mounts, removing the IS adapter. The mounting is for std post mount but sold with IS adapter

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  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 28,799
    Mmm cant find that part number.

    and what actually is the problem? what is the disc size?

    here are a few correct numbers for you. mounting hardware for standard fit 11.5363.022.200

    if you want to use 185mm disc on a post mount fork you need this adaptor 11.5372.302.300 and this 11.5310.187.000 bolt kit. or you could use the ones with the caliper and use longer bolts from the hardwear store.

    should have you sorted.

    nick
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  • <blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by nicklouse</i>

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    if you want to use 185mm disc on a post mount fork you need this adaptor 11.5372.302.300 and this 11.5310.187.000 bolt kit. or you could use the ones with the caliper and use longer bolts from the hardwear store.

    should have you sorted.

    nick
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    I have 185 mm dics and the bolts are not long enough to fit them onto the forks, I have the correct adaptor (came with the kit) just need the longer bolts, hmmmm off to the hardware store for me I think

    my bikes
    Terry Dolan - summer bike
    Carrera Vanquish -commuter bike
    Kona Cindercone - MTB
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