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Old 10-09-02, 01:46 PM   #1
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Ohoh i have a problem! help!

ok i bought a set of adia disks 1 is an 8" for the front and a 6" for the back....i just got off the phone with my LBS and he said that i need an adapter to fit the 8" to my Manatou Six Forks...but on the avid site they say they will fit onto the forks!?!!!

whos right! help the shop closes in 2.15h can anyone give me a shout?
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They'll fit, but you need the adapter. Both are right!

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where can i get an adapter?! and who makes one...
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Best bet is to ask the lbs for brand specific as that might be what it takes. Otherwise any lbs or online shop has a 6in to 8in adapter. They are pretty common.
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im sorry for my mistake they are 185mm rotors...not 203mm i called avid and they said there are the only ones who makem and tere not comming in untill friday and she can ship on monday..but im not sure if i belive her...any imput?
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Try www.speedgoat.com if anyone knows if another manufacturer make some, they will.

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