I got my El Camino's installed at my local bike shop today, and they're really nice, but I have a few troubles: In the front, I don't have a thru-axle (before you answer, just read on ) so I only have a quick release, and whenever I turn or sometimes even roll straight, I can hear the rotor clang against the pads. So, is there any way to make the caliper pads further away? The same problem above *also* happens in the rear! I have vertical dropouts in the back. Maybe I need my hub tightened? The rotor is tight on the hub, so I know the rotor isn't just loose. When I adjust the power modulation dial, I don't really see a difference in braking power when squeezing the lever. Normal, or is it more complex? Also, when I squeeze the brake levers, I can pull them all the way to the bars (especially the rear) so therefore I have to adjust the lever all the way out so that I don't hit the bars when I brake. Anything I can do to fix this? Thanks for all your help (again), Monkies.