The CR720 is an outstanding value for your 'cross or touring bike offering great stopping power easy adjustment and classic looks without breaking the bank. Tektro spec's these brakes with forged aluminum arms for uncompromising durability and a super low weight. Simple coil springs also help keep the weight down while allowing for snappy reliable braking action. Dual micro-adjust screws have also been added to allow fine-tuned adjustments to spring tension for perfect pad centering. The included cartridge pad holders accept Shimano-type inserts and use a series of concaveconcave washers for easy toe-in and rim clearance adjustment. A deluxe locking straddle wire carrier is also included for a further degree of adjustability and style. The Tektro CR720 Cantilever Brakes are sold in individually per wheel.
Would the cane creek scr-5 brake levers work with the tektro cr-720 brakes? I just want, cheap and all black.
I'm in the process of building/ordering a Spot belt drive. :thumbsup:
I'm a little confused on which levers go with which brakes. Thanks for any advise.Read More »
Trying to install the cr720's on my '08 cannondale cx6. I removed the cannondale brand cantilever's and slid on the tektro's. The problem is that the brake posts seem to be too long for the tektro's, and the bolt when fully tightened allows some slop for the brakes to slide on the canti posts. Sh ... Read More »
Searched the threads for previous posts for an answer but could not find any. Looking for feedback / validation as to which ones WORK best. My choices are Paul's Neo Retro brakes or Am I paying a lot of money for the brand? Is there any advantage going with Paul as far as adjustment of t ... Read More »
Anyone know the difference between these two brakes, besides the fact that the CR720 is slightly lighter, and appears to take a different size/type of pad (though the pads look almost identical.)
Is it just a weight/fit/finish thing, and does anyone have any opinions on which flat out works bet ... Read More »