Except for ordinary V brakes, the rest are basically disc brakes. Among disc brakes, oil discs are now becoming more and more popular. So for the oil pan, how to adjust it?
In fact, for the oil discs, except for the relatively high-end ones, the brake levers can be adjusted to make the gap between the disc and the disc. Most of the low-end and medium-end oil discs are made by Guangdong bicycle manufacturers when they leave the factory. The gaps between are fixed. In other words, we cannot adjust the gap between the two brake pads in the oil disc brake caliper.
So, when we use medium and low-end oil discs, how should we adjust when the disc is rubbing against the film? First of all, we can use an Allen screwdriver to loosen the two screws fixing the brake caliper. After loosening the fixing screws, we can gently squeeze the brakes so that the pads clamp the discs, then tighten the screws, loosen the brakes, and rotate the rim to check whether the discs and pads are rubbing against the discs.
During use, we also need to check the wear of the disc from time to time to prevent excessive wear of the disc and damage to the disc and brake caliper.