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    Hey ive got a chopper build in progress... ive got a wide tire frame and its got 15 inches of tire clearance... i wanna run a 18x300 rear with a sprotor n a ragular disk on other side has anyone attempted this.... side note im not running front brakes so i want extra stopping power so a 4 pistons disk on one side and a sprotor on other what yall thinkClick image for larger version. 

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    It's been done.

    Have the sprotor activated by foot brake (running an x-ring chain), and the disc brake on other side connected to handlebar activated master cylinder for that brake...good holder for when using foot clutch.

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    This is a cool idea, but at least in my suicide experience, overkill. Any single disk setup should lock up the rear tire if you want it to.

    Shoot even the rear juice drums work great under normal conditions.

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    Can be done, but why. A good sproctor will stop you on a dime.

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    This is a cool idea.
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