> Rear disk brakes are not really worth the bucks to install them. The front
> brakes take 80% of the braking load, and I don't think rear disks would
> improve braking that much.
> --David C.
True, discs don't improve braking performance very much on the rear,
but they make HUGE improvements in pedal feel. It's all about having
confidence in the brakes.
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