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Is it necessary to have a rear brake return spring? Just installed aftermarket rearsets but it removes the stock springs. I've read people have used graves return spring but it doesn't say R3 are compatible?
. . . The pedal doesnt weigh enough to have it drag the rear brake.
I don't think I believe that. The pedal has a lot of leverage (in order to make it easy for the rider to activate it), and all it has to do is cause a very light drag and that will generate friction and heat like crazy. Whyr risk it? A suitable spring is very inexpensive.
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