Originally Posted by nwmtnbkr
Yes, you may need to get a new fork too if your current one doesn't support disc brakes. Even having to buy a new fork and new wheel, my install will be under $300 since I'm doing the work myself.
Nah, the fork is good. The fork has IS mounts.
I am contemplating rebuilding the wheel into a new disk hub, or getting a new wheel altogether.
But 203mm rotors all the way. I needed so much stopping distance today, was going in excess of 55km/h.
I had to do a longboard style footbreak to stop in time.