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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2004 3:03 pm 
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wat is the lightest disc rotor in the market? Anyones knowz? :x :twisted: :idea: :!: :shock:


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I suppose Stan's Al-rotors. Check out at www.gypzybikz.com for example.

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elendil wrote:
I suppose Stan's Al-rotors. Check out at www.gypzybikz.com for example.

Ehm, we've really many brands, but we don't have products from Stan. :wink:


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Ups, I think I got something wrong. Sorry!

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Here is their site

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thanks . I know the aluminium rotor need plamastic pad but im not sure about their durablity. Anyone use or test aluminium rotor?

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thanks . I know the aluminium rotor need plamastic pad but im not sure about their durablity. Anyone use or test aluminium rotor?


I've been using the Alu discs for about 200 miles and have had no problems.
They were a little weak at first but once they were worn in - no problems.
No squeeling either.
Mine are for sale check out the for sale section.

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nikh wrote:
I've been using the Alu discs for about 200 miles and have had no problems.
They were a little weak at first but once they were worn in - no problems.
No squeeling either.
Mine are for sale check out the for sale section.


Btw nikh, why r u selling it? Any reason? :lol:

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I'm after a single speed specific frame and am going to use v-brakes this time around.

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