I have a DUNLOP SPORT DS 26 Bike. Here is a similar bike:

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I would like to add hydraulic disc brakes at both front and rear.

But the frame or forks do not have anywhere I can mount the Calipers, and the wheels I have are regular ones.

How can I convert my regular wheels to adapt to the Disc brake wheels, and how can I mount the calipers to the frame?

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    – andy256
    Aug 15, 2016 at 3:13
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    We've answered this question multiple times (use the search feature) -- In short, if you don't have a disc ready frame+fork (which just requires adding disc wheels of the appropriate size), it isn't economically feasible to do this (it'd be cheaper to get a new bike with disc brakes in many cases). That looks like a BSO which makes it even less good of an idea to add hydraulic discs.
    – Batman
    Aug 15, 2016 at 4:06
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    Even if the frame is "disk-ready" it's still likely cheaper to buy a new bike vs convert the one you have. Aug 15, 2016 at 11:39


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