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    SLX M665 Brake Rotor Selection

    Not sure if it's a good deal, got a pair of new SLX M665 brakeset for SGD144, comes up to arnd 100usd? Clearance sale from one of our shops.

    Getting a pair of new rotors for them, was considering the RT75/76 and even RT66, any other brands that are compatible and easy on the pockets as well? Hope/Maguras?

    Don't wish to encounter any turkey wobble/squeal on em.

    Replacing the awful tektro novela on my DB response sport.

    Another qns is actually abt the 180mm that i want for my front, i need an adapter by shimano for post mount extension?

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dremoc View Post
    Another qns is actually abt the 180mm that i want for my front, i need an adapter by shimano for post mount extension?

    TIA
    http://techdocs.shimano.com/media/te...9830667774.PDF

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    Thanks, that really helped to clear things up.

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    Contemplating btwn RT61/66/75. Major differences?

    i'd believe all rotors are compatible with the m665?

    was thinking about the braking surfaces differences in the pads and rotors.

    cept RT56 which accepts only resin from what i know.

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    Sounds like the best deal ever!!! Go for it. Any rotor will be compatible

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