SRAM Centerlock Rotor Lock Ring?

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Samklee15
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by Samklee15

Hey Guys ,

Trying to build up a Vias Disc but I'm having some major issues involving the wheels and discs. Long story short (ish) I bought a set of Enve 5.6 discs and SRAM Centerline 6 bolt rotors. Went to put the bike together and low and behold the hubs are actually designed for a centerlock rotor. Called it quits the night and ordered some centerlock rotors. My issue is I just opened the centerlock rotors but they didn't come with the actual lock nut to hold the rotor on the wheel. My question is were the wheels or rotors supposed to come with the lock nuts? If not where is the easiest place to buy a set? I can't even find SRAM Rotor luck nuts online.

Thanks

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Ekorre
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by Ekorre

Both of my sets have come with the hubs or wheelset.

Samklee15
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by Samklee15

Ekorre wrote:Both of my sets have come with the hubs or wheelset.


Okay, Thanks for the info. Just emailed Enve and asked if they were supposed to be included with the wheelset. Strange they sell you centerlock specific wheels but don't include the lock nut.

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by Dan Gerous

Pretty much any bike shop will have some these days. I know Shimano have two different lockrings, the one that is tightened with a cassette lockring tool is only compatible with QR hubs if I recall so if you have thru-axle hubs, just make sure you get the right ones... I don't know if this applies to DT Swiss, SRAM or other lockrings...

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F45
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by F45

Whenever I buy a centerlock rotor, a lock ring comes with it.

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by hmai18

Dan Gerous wrote:I know Shimano have two different lockrings, the one that is tightened with a cassette lockring tool is only compatible with QR hubs if I recall so if you have thru-axle hubs, just make sure you get the right ones... I don't know if this applies to DT Swiss, SRAM or other lockrings...


You can always just pop off the end cap on the hub to get the lockring tool to seat properly. It's not like you're taking the rotor on/off all that frequently.

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by grover

I've never actually seen a SRAM branded centrelock rotor lockring. I suspect they see it as a Shimano standard and don't really want to invest in it. With mine I've only ever used Shimano or DT Swiss. I suggest getting the ones that use a hollowtech2 bottom bracket tool rather than a cassette tool as they are compatible more easily with thru axles.

http://www.ebay.com/p/Shimano-SM-HB20-1 ... 1728733482

or

https://www.bike24.com/p2136892.html

or

http://www.jensonusa.com/Shimano-HB20-1 ... r-Lockring

Samklee15
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by Samklee15

Enve ended up responding saying they would send some out to me for free. Thanks for all the info though guys!

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