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    Looking for small,light caliper.
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    The Bob Ross of MBN Bullnerd's Avatar
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    Looking for a small, light caliper for kids truggy.

    The smallest i've seen is Jamars ,but its $80.

    Anyone deal with Jamar?Good ,bad?

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks .
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    Re: Looking for small,light caliper.
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    what bolt pttern?
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    http://www.wildfiremotors.com/index.html

    go to parts/ down to the dirtbikes/ pick one of the larger bikes, they have calipers for 30 bucks and pads are only 11 bucks......cheap stuff but my buddy bought one of the smaller bikes son and brakes on it slowed me down.
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    Renegade,pattern doesnt matter ,still have to design the upright.

    Hero,thanks i'll check it out.
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    This is the one im looking at from jamar.

    http://jamarperformance.com/TheRealm/sh ... uct_id=118
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    Why not just get a rear dirtbike caliper off FLEABAY?
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    I would stay away from Jamar. *I've heard nothing but bad things other than the price. *I would spend a little extra cash on some Wilwood's. *You could also find a Kart shop and get some of those calipers/rotors. *I had some on my Kart when it was Briggs powered. *It was probably a 4 inch rotor. *I had to step up the brakes a little when we put a 100cc 2 smoker in it and I'm pretty sure the little brakes got tossed a long time ago. *A rear bike caliper would probably be the cheapest route.

    Wilwood: * http://www.wilwood.com/Products/001-Cal ... /index.asp
    Wilwood (little smaller): * http://www.wilwood.com/Products/001-Cal ... /index.asp
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    Bdkw1-I'll tell you why,because i always forget about ebay! [smilie=banghead.gif] Thanks i'll check it out.

    Fly- thanks for the tip on jamar.I was looking at a wilwood caliper ,guess i'll look a little closer.thanks.
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    "Speed is time-time is speed"-Dennis Hopper

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    i got 2 of them, they are light...they are designed for a 3/8 thick rotor, or like mike at hyper says, pad spacers....
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