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Old 10-06-20, 08:16 PM
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replacement disc..HELP!!

Hi guys and gals, hope you can help me......Had a bit of a mishap........end result is my brake disc is bent beyond repair, its a great hub and wheen, no other damage other than the disc. Im finding it impossible to get a replacement, hopefully you can come up with a solution. Its a Shimano SM-RT67 centrelock. The disc itself is riveted with steel rivets to the spider impossible to do at home......Stamped on the disc is SM-RT67. Is there a repalcement forv it that you guys might know of? its 160MM. Thanks in advance
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Old 10-06-20, 08:40 PM
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any 160mm centerlock rotor will work
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You have to replace the entire disc, which is quite easy. Any Shimano or other make center lock disc of the same diameter will work.
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The SM-RT67 isn't made anymore, you'll have to replace it with a newer model or find a seller with some old stock.

* some Shimano rotors are made for resin pads only

https://bike.shimano.com/en-US/compo...ake-rotor.html

https://productinfo.shimano.com/#/co...460&acid=C-461

The SM-RT68 and SM-RT70 are SLX models that would be equivalent to your old rotor.

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You don't need the exact same model. Just get any 160 mm centerlock rotor.
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Wow, thanks guys, you have saved me much searching and hassle. Much appreciated!!!!!!
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One more question if I may? What would be the difference between the RT 68 and the RT 70
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Originally Posted by banjaboy View Post
One more question if I may? What would be the difference between the RT 68 and the RT 70
The RT70 is a few grams lighter for the same size. Other than that, there is no functional difference. Buy the less expensive one unless you are a true weight weenie.
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Lol!! Not a weight weenie so I will follow your advice, thank you so muck, all of you!!
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