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    Smile 7 inches

    i upgraded to juicy 7s on my epic.and installed a fox 100x terralogic. i used a 7 in. rotor up front and 6 at back,has anybody ran this set up on a xc ride? iknow alot talking about the chattering on the juicys,too lazy and heavy to check the old threads. i know too that they had to do a recall on the 04 enduros because of the 8 in. rotors.so,anyone with positive or negative expierirences with this set up.i'd be glad to hear 'bout it.me?i love the control, just not too fund of the chuttering.

    ride!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I have similar setup with Juicy 5's 7" front and 6" rear. Had it for a few months so far and I like the stopping power. Had a little squeking but not really chattering. I did have a problem with the front rotar alignment washers rubbing on the rotor. I sanded down the caliper adapter to move the caliper further away from the rotor and now it works great. The squeking has also lessened with time.

    Chris

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    7" works great

    Quote Originally Posted by thirdy lopez
    i upgraded to juicy 7s on my epic.and installed a fox 100x terralogic. i used a 7 in. rotor up front and 6 at back,has anybody ran this set up on a xc ride? iknow alot talking about the chattering on the juicys,too lazy and heavy to check the old threads. i know too that they had to do a recall on the 04 enduros because of the 8 in. rotors.so,anyone with positive or negative expierirences with this set up.i'd be glad to hear 'bout it.me?i love the control, just not too fund of the chuttering.

    ride!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I have XT brakes 7" f, 6" r on my Epic too, and they work great, I have the same setup on my SS but with BB7s. I think it is the right balance between power and modulation

    Cheers,
    Cris

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