Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Lac La Biche Alberta Canada
It looks like the caliper isn't mounted to the fork properly.Perhaps the adapter/mount is not made properly. The wear from the pads indicates the caliper is too far out from center and is not on the rotor fully. You may find the pads are not worn all the way across. It also looks like a mounting bolt is sawing a groove in the center portion of the rotor. That is very dangerous. The rotor could break or the caliper could jam causing the front wheel to lock up at any time. I would not ride that bike till the front brakes are repaired properly.
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Last edited by justjeff; 04-21-2017 at 12:38 AM.