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    Is there an adapter to run 2000 XT on a Manitou fork?

    I have an old set of 2000 XT hydraulic brakes with 6" rotors and was wondering if there is an adapter to convert the caliper for using a Manitou post mount fork?

    Thanks a lot.

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    Yes, sort of...

    Shimano makes a 74mm PM -> 51mm IS adapter, but you'll need to purchase their 170mm rotor as well. The rotor and adapter are both listed in the QBP catalog.

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    Yeah there is but you'll need a slightly bigger rotor. They make an adapter for 170mm rotors and one for 203mm. Check www.aebike.com

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    Thanks, you are right...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hecubus
    Yeah there is but you'll need a slightly bigger rotor. They make an adapter for 170mm rotors and one for 203mm. Check www.aebike.com
    I should have checked aebike, they list these adapters and rotors, it's a bit expensive for a 2000 set of brakes, I have to think about it, maybe better to buy a new set immediately....

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