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post #11 of 26 Old 05-13-2016, 07:58 PM
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Very lightweight aluminum. I can not express how perfect the fit is. Zero space. Very happy. Took about 7 business days to get to Kentucky. Spacing fit etc is perfect. I have attached a few pictures of them on my wheel


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The only thing that bugs me a bit is that the rotors themselves are not fit over the wheel hub grooves and only the bolts are holding the rotor from moving. That's probably not a huge deal. To be honest I leave a set of rains mounted on my spare set so I don't use them often and would only use them in a rain race. I guess bottom line is I'll take a set of spacers. :) The rear wheel is the same correct? EDIT: I also just remembered I'll need to get a set of rotors as well, or move the rotors over from my other wheel if I need to swap them.

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The left side on the front hits the hub. The ribs from the hub don't stick far enough out on the right so it is on the spacer.


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The left side on the front hits the hub. The ribs from the hub don't stick far enough out on the right so it is on the spacer.
I'm not sure I understand what you are saying.

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I'm not sure I understand what you are saying.
The left side has a deeper shoulder due to the TC ring. It still centers the rotor even with the ring.

The right side is centered with the rotor bolts. I believe that is what he was trying to say.

I just installed a set onto a wheel today as well. These are a perfect fit. They saved me from having to buy 2016 wheels for the new racebike.
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That makes sense. What about bolt length? There would be fewer threads in the hub.

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That part is true. I would have to measure how much bolt goes into the wheel but it is at least an inch.


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There are more than enough threads to pass through the wheel into the hollow of the rim. Not a issue.
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Apparently there are a few more spacer kits available. Contact will for more information.
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