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Shimano compatiable 140 6 bolt disc rotor

Old 01-13-19, 01:58 PM
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Shimano compatiable 140 6 bolt disc rotor

Ive got a Giant TCR and got a PX2 wheelset for gravel.

Wanted to put 140 disc rotors on it but wheelset id 6 bolt.

Any recommendations that I can put on it. Ive got Shimano hyraulics right now on them.

Cant seem to find 140 6 bolts from Shimano.
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Old 01-13-19, 02:29 PM
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Any! it's a disc rotor, unless you want freeza, which is centerlock only, a rotor is a rotor, there are some differences in thickness, but if you're that concerned, measure it.

Google SRAM Centerline 140mm, would this work for you?
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Originally Posted by jimc101
Any! it's a disc rotor, unless you want freeza, which is centerlock only, a rotor is a rotor, there are some differences in thickness, but if you're that concerned, measure it.

Google SRAM Centerline 140mm, would this work for you?
No issues mixing SRAM disc rotor with a Shimano rotor disc pad?
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No, their both rotors, Unless you want the Freeza system, you can effectively use any rotor, the self-adjustment of the hydraulic systems will adjust for any difference in thickness (once initial setup has been done).

Pads don't care either, no reason that you have to stick with Shimano (I'll keep on mention Freeza,as this is a reason, and you have made no mention of it, and this would be an exception)

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Originally Posted by jimc101
No, their both rotors, Unless you want the Freeza system, you can effectively use any rotor, the self-adjustment of the hydraulic systems will adjust for any difference in thickness (once initial setup has been done).

Pads don't care either, no reason that you have to stick with Shimano (I'll keep on mention Freeza,as this is a reason, and you have made no mention of it, and this would be an exception)
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