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9" rotors?

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by dhriderII, Oct 30, 2005.

  1. dhriderII

    dhriderII Monkey

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    alright any one has got some dirt on theese help me out im trying to find who is making them or anything about them really. any help would be great.
    -brian.
     

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  2. bballe336

    bballe336 Turbo Monkey

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    red raven industries makes them. i think its redravenindustries.com
     
  3. Fulton

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    hope makes a 225mm rotor as well
     
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    Basically if you run a fork w/ a 6" adaptor mount for a 8" rotor (like Fox 40) you just run a bigger rotor and the new 7" adaptor mounts. I know Hayes and others have been playing w/ these for front brake use.

    -ska todd
     
  5. dhriderII

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    alright kool thanks guys
     
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    Too bad its ~$130USD for a Hayes/Shiver setup not taking shipping or anything else into account.

    At least its an "aerodynamic design". I've always felt that my stock setup was like dragging a parachute.
     
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    it is too bad that they are that pricy.
     
    #7 -   Nov 2, 2005