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    Max Rotor Size for F600

    Does anyone know what the max rotor size is on the 2005 F600? Is this the same for the front and back? Does a larger rear rotor affect anything? Right now I have the stock 160's and am thinking of going bigger. Thank you.

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    depends

    if you have the stock avid BB5's on your F600 you can go to 180 or 203 front and back although you would need to purchase caliper adaptors (about $10 each) to change the mounting position of the caliper to accommodate the increased radius.

    I have P600 with BB7s and will soon be going to 203F and 160R. I posted a thread in the brake time forum inquiring about different sized front and rear rotors and received some interesting comments/suggestions. You may want to take a look.

    Here is a link to the thread:

    185mm F & 160mm R ?

    Good luck. sweet bike btw. elgordo

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    Yes I do have the stock BB5's but I will be getting the BB7's. The only problem is that Avid does not make a 180 sized rotor, only a 185. I was planning on putting the 185 up front. Are you saying the 185 won't fit up front on a F600 2005?

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    oops

    sorry i meant 185 not 180. and with the apropriate adaptor (mounting bracket) you can install a 185 or 203 on either the front or back. The BB5s and BB7 use the same brackets, rotors and hardware so there is no issue there upgrading to the BB7s. i included the link because many people, and for good reason, recommend larger front and smaller rear rotors.

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    I am running 185 BB7's front and back on my F2000SL (Yr 2000 model). Great fit and no issues so far. They are a whole lot better than the Coda disc brake system that came with the bike.

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