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    Default JayBreak Quad Caliper rebuilt kits?

    Hi Y'all,

    Need some help here.

    Trying to rebuild a couple of perfect looking JayBrake Quad Rear Calipers (PN: J-304-42). I got a hold of Supertrapp (who own JayBrake now) and they say all JayBrake products are discontinued. So are these things paper weights now? Opened both up and all is mechanically + aesthetically great with the exception of the seal rings.

    Any clues on alternatives to run these badboys?

    thanks,
    nz

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    Post pics of them apart and measure piston diameter. The seals likely match some stock part.

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    " Default >>> READ THIS!!!! Before posting a thread <<<>>> DO NOT post questions!!! <<<
    Hey man!

    You have a question and want to post a thread because you don't know how to do something?

    That's cool. We don't mind, just do us a solid and hit "Back" on your browser and ask it in the correct forum. This is like chopper school and the students don't get to lead the class.

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    Not all that sure, but I think your thread was posted in the wrong forum .. ??

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    This is posted in the wrong place - not tech.

    Did you look anywhere else?

    Lots online at other locations; first one I saw:

    https://www.jpcycles.com/product/240...er-rebuild-kit

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    If you buy that rebuild kit remember to measure the ID, OD, and thickness of the parts before installation and write them down for the future. Notes are free and can come in veryfucking handy years later.

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