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Examine the condition and the thickness of the brake pads.
Make sure that there is a large quantity of rubber left.
Make sure that the pad is not too hard.
Clean all the unwanted material.
Do an inspection of the installation of the brakes.
Check the hydraulic brake system function.
Fig 1 Hydraulic brake function
Make sure that there is sufficient clearance between the pad and the inner diameter
of the brake surface.
If the position of the pads is too low on the rim, as shown in Fig 1 , the pads can move. This could cause the separation of the spokes from their mountings.,
they could slip off causing the spokes to be torn out of their mountings.
Fig 2 Brake pad seating
Make sure that the pads are correctly installed in the center of the inner diameter
of the brake surface.