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Old 04-28-09, 09:31 AM   #1
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Will these rotors fit on my Giant Brass 1?

Will the following pocket bike rotors fit on my Gian Brass 1? I don't know what I have on my bike now, but I will check after school.

Wavy Gold

Drilled

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Alien Looking

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Like I said above...I will take measurements later today when I get out of school.
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Yes...pocket. As in pocket bike. I had a pocket bike (aka mini motorcycle) over the summer, and was always looking for some new part I could put on it. I remembered how awesome and inexpensive the brake rotors were, so thought I would ask if they would fit on a MTB.
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BUT - - you can get Dirty Dog MTB rotors that come in some interesting patterns. Example:



Jenson has some:
http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...gon+Rotor.aspx
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I need to find some that have the girls on them...like the trucker rock flaps! They make you much cooler!
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Wow. Nice sarcasm Mcoomer.
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The hope ones you posted will.
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Is that because it has a 6 bolt pattern?
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So do these Shimanos need special hubs, or will they fit all disc dubs?
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Yes. The Shimanos are centerlock, but you can get a centerlock to 6-bolt adapter cheap.
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Also, stay with bicycle rotors. The scooter and pocket ones look cool, but are not even close to being compatible.
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