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    Need help with Formula adapter

    i can't find adapters for this kind of formula brake. i tried to mount it on the rear straight to the frame, but it did not fit a 160mm disk.

    i need to know the name of the adapter to search for one or if you can tell me where i can get some. thx in advance
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    anybody?
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    OilcanRacer, Nobody is getting back to you likely means nobody knows (including me). Best bet is to contact the USA Formula guys (formulabrakeusa). They are very helpful. Maybe not for the older brakes, but it is worth a try. Good luck.

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    Try mounting it on front. IS mount forks with a 160mm rotor. If it fits that means you'll need a +20mm IS to IS adapter to run a 160mm rotor on the rear (or run a 140mm rotor).

    Tim

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    Usually the 180 adaptor works on the rear for a 160 disc. Check Universal Cycles in their Disc Brake section.

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