So I agree that the break cable setup for the rear disc doesn’t work very well on the Super ATV rear disc break and I haven’t used the rear break much because the front breaks are awesome. So I decided today to see if I could get the rear to work better. And I have accomplished going from barely feeling any stopping power to now being able to lockup the rear breaks. Look at the pictures I’ve added and look close at the break arm that the cables are connected to. The first picture the arm is angled forward this doesn’t work well, poor breaking. The second & third picture the arm is more vertical and the cables have more leverage now and I can lock up the rear break now. Notice that the cables no longer extend beyond the wing nuts. To achieve this I backed out the adjustment bolt (that the arm is held on by) until the arm was free from the pressure cam then turned the cam bolt in until I got the arm to sit vertical when reinstalled. Tighten everything back up cables on and was very happy with the results. Time will tell if this is a lasting fix.
Yeah i couldnt even comfortably conceal a lc9s. I took my test with it and it stuck out way to much on me. The little lcp with a pocket catch holster was the only option for me. It looks and feels like i carry two phones. The holster is a must IMO. Covers the trigger so you dont shoot your leg on accident. I also carry with it chambered though so for those who dont its not a big deal. My theory is if i have to chamber it, at that point im shot. I want to be ready to fire if it comes out of my pocket.