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I had worn out my rollerblade brake and had gone to the store to buy a new one. Unfortunately the brake i needed was not manufactured anymore. I ...
You will need something to cut the puck with. I used a hand saw. Next, you will need something to glue the puck with. I found 5 minute ...
You can see the worn out brake. Try not to let it wear out all of the way so there is something you can attach the puck to.
Here you can see that I cut the puck into four pieces (already used one of them). You can cut the puck into any shape you like. I ...
Mix up the epoxy and apply to the puck. Make sure the epoxy is mixed really well or the brake will come off. That I learned from experience. ...
Here is the brake before adding the puck. Once the puck is glued on, the hole for the screw will be covered up. I usually don't remove the ...
Here the puck has been glued to the brake. You can position the puck any way that you like before the epoxy sets.
The final product. The puck doesn't seem to drag but since it is quite low, be careful going up bumps as the brake may touch the ground. The ...
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