Because those trails are dope
push out the pistons carefully with a screwdriver or 10 mm hex head wrench. 5 minutes, far less time than even reading this thread.
failing that, there are lots of great shops on the shore!
Spent time doing this already, I'm not that bad :P. But thanks for the reply I'm just going to bring it to nsbs typically I've had a good time with them.
Sorry if this topic has been done to death, I looked around for a little bit but couldn't find much. I went to change my break pads and the back disk won't fit in between the pads, I'm sure I could fix it but don't really want to spend the time. I'm thinking it needs a bleed, bottom line is it needs something and I'm looking for a good bike shop for service. I don't mind paying a little more for better service, but I don't want to pick it up and see a new set of $500 breaks sitting on my bike. I've had pretty poor experiences in the past which drove me to spending the time to fix it myself… these days I'm short on time so I'll have to resort to this
the way I see it you're kinda sad… matter of perspective I suppose. Some people use these forums to sort out technical issues. Fuck nozzles like yourself use them to try demonstrate ( mostly to yourself ) that you're an elitist fuck that works in a bike shop - the main reason I shop @ MEC or online. Cheers douchebag :martini:
Only person man enough to say what I was thinking.