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Re: Disc brakes: Centerlock vs 6 bolt [culpritbicycles] [ In reply to ]
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culpritbicycles wrote:
Have you used adaptors for 6 bolt to centerlock?

I've seen these adapters, but they all seem to be for centerlock to 6 bolt. Are you saying there is a 6 bolt to centerlock adapter as well? If so, do you have a link to them?

I currently have a 6-bolt setup but would like the option to run centerlock if possible, but haven't seen that type of adapter available.
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Re: Disc brakes: Centerlock vs 6 bolt [JasonGeorge] [ In reply to ]
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Centerlock all the way.

BUT if you need to do 6-bolt, then a little battery powered driver with a T25 is really nice to have.

I have a few of these kicking around.


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Re: Disc brakes: Centerlock vs 6 bolt [TRIspud] [ In reply to ]
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"I currently have a 6-bolt setup but would like the option to run centerlock if possible, but haven't seen that type of adapter available"


That isn't possible.
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Re: Disc brakes: Centerlock vs 6 bolt [TRIspud] [ In reply to ]
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sorry meant to use 6 bolt rotors on a center lock hub. there is nothing going the other direction
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Re: Disc brakes: Centerlock vs 6 bolt [JasonGeorge] [ In reply to ]
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While we are on the subject of rotors, let me ask another question, this time concerning size. Keeping in mind that this is for a TT/tri bike (and I weight 147 lbs / 67 kg), I suppose that the argument in favor of 140mm is weight savings and in favor of 160mm is better heat dissipation. Is there anything else to consider?
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Re: Disc brakes: Centerlock vs 6 bolt [JasonGeorge] [ In reply to ]
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Buy Shimano IceTech rotors in 160mm.
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