Originally Posted by Night Hunter
How hard is it to replace a brake that has to be timed? Recon the smithing cost would increase a lot?
I would have to say that it is not that hard for a smith to install a timed break but it could be very
hard if you don't have the proper tools.
If you just want a new break and want to install it yourself My suggestion would be to go with a break that doesn't have to be timed.
You could contact someone like Ross Schuler or Ron Bartlett With Vias and have them build one
with the correct threads and tenon length, Plus the correct bore diameter.
Then all you would have to do it screw it on.
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