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#1
Hello guys,my nickname is sky,I'm from malaysia and I need your help.

I recently touched my rear bicycle brakes which lead to the cable come out from the rear brakes.dont really know a lot of bicycle so hope you guys could help me Smile.thanks.i got give you the pictures in the link below.

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#2
The noodle came out from then I pressed the rear brakes.thats why it went like that.
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#3
Hi Sky;

Take a look at the video list above: "How to Adjust V-Brakes".
Nigel
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#4
The video says I must buy membership..I fixed the noodle but now it seems the brake pads stick to my rear tire and my bicycle can't move.
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#5
You have a very nice rug.
Post a picture of the noodle seating into the little cage on the top of the brake arm.
Your bike is set up for stunts- left lever is front brake, right lever is both, correct? Are both the front & rear brake noodles connected properly?
Assuming the noodle is seated all the way, look at the clearance between the brake pads & the rim. Check each side. What do you see?
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#6
Sorry for the late reply,but I don't really understand.i took picture after fixing the noodle.

http://img690.imageshack.us/img690/8022/5smk.jpg


http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/9431/2jus.jpg

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(12-07-2013, 06:04 AM)1FJEF Wrote:  You have a very nice rug.
Post a picture of the noodle seating into the little cage on the top of the brake arm.
Your bike is set up for stunts- left lever is front brake, right lever is both, correct? Are both the front & rear brake noodles connected properly?
Assuming the noodle is seated all the way, look at the clearance between the brake pads & the rim. Check each side. What do you see?

yes you are right,left lever is front brake,right is for rear.

http://img191.imageshack.us/img191/5476/6f0j.jpg
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