Reply With" #203, quick question.
(Im not keen on using a 203mm 6 bolt with an adapter either.) The obvious answer seems to be a Shimano RT98.
Interestingly the Avid 20mm adapter that uses longer bolts wouldnt work at all.
An update on my progress.Hard to explain on text, that spider essentially makes the rotor wider/thicker in the area that secures to the hub as freebies for veterans in phoenix compared to a 6 bolt conventional rotor.Are Avid bb7's ok as far has calipers?Avid/Sram dont make a 203mm CL rotor.Is this rotor going to be picky as to what caliper will work properly with it?Boil out the fluid and the Nike brakes will slow you down!I bent mine, this was a replacement and it stops my bike.This could lead to more noise, as it's not as solidly supported.Would love to keep my nice freeza rotors instead of using the stock centerline rotors.I suppose cheapest furniture los angeles the worst that can happen is that I'm not happy with the results and buy the new rotors later.26" embassy suites free wifi promotion code rigid SS 4130 BB7 nylon-flats ESI latex-tubes non-lubricated-8spd Reply With" #220 Originally Posted.Reply With" #213 Originally Posted by WhtKnightGdHart are centerlocks better than bolt on?No problems yet after 8hrs of riding.There are so many out there it gets very confusing, plus the ones that are saint only.(front M4 and rear X2).But, the solution for this one is quite simple - put a washer or two between your caliper and your fork (or adapter).This is happening with my 203mm XT rotor being used with all shimano components including spacer.I have ridden like this for awhile and when I switch to the deores I want it to be problem, and squeal free.Reply With" #266 Re: Using Shimano Centerlock (or any other) rotors with another brand caliper If your not going to switch rotors as well as brakes I suggest sanding down the rotors a little Reply With" #267 Originally Posted by duvla Hi folks.The only thing I had to do is shim up the rear caliper by adding another washer during installation to raise the pad to the end of the rotor.Reply With" #283 Hi there!