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  1. hi, i just crashed my sondos thin. the crash broke one of my brakes: see picture. and now i need a replacement. most links to brakes here are to american shops. can somebody send me some links to brakes from european shops, because i don´t want to wait so long for the new ones. which specs do the brakes need to have that they would work for the sondors thin? ps. this post is all in lower case, because it hurts if i move my left arm
  2. My bike arrived yesterday! After the momentous task of unboxing, and then assembly, first step was brake adjustment. The rear brakes were only rubbing in one spot and easily fixed by bending the disc slightly. The front brakes were continuously rubbing, and thanks to the excellent videos I adjusted them with a business card and squeezing to center them. The wheel now spins freely. But as I close the caliper, the pads are grabbing on all the holes on the disk themselves and making a very disturbing clunking and grinding sound. If you spin turn the wheel at that point you can feel it grab at eac
  3. Hello guys, Not sure what the problem is on my Thin Sondors, when i break with the front brake the whole wheel go crooked to the left, please check my short video... Thank you in advance Birdy IMG_0519.MOV
  4. written by Mike Ritchie – B/Y Storm e-bike owner Here are a few pictures showing the "no power" issue caused by a brake switch being triggered. If you've charged your battery, inserted it correctly and have your battery switch turn to "on", and you confirm that the LED lights on your handlebar throttle illuminate, BUT you don't get power (or intermittent power) the issue is likely with your brake cutout switch. This bike is designed to cut off the motor when the brake levers are depressed, even a very small amount. This issue can be caused by brake cables with too much slack,
  5. Bike seems to operate fine but instructions and pictures show front brake on front left side
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