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  1. #1
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    Front 203mm Disc Adapter

    Hopefully this is a quick one.

    I've just replaced my totem with the new boxxer, and I need a 74mm post mount 203mm front adapter. The totem was setup for a 203mm rotor, however it looks like the new 2010 boxxers are set up for a 160mm rotor... which doesn't really make a ton of sense in any event.

    I am running a saint front brake. Q is out of the shimano adapter, and it costs a good amount more than the avid counterpart. Can I use a non-shimano adapter with my saint brakes?

    Thanks!

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    Older & Faster...downhill
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    Yes. I had the same issue. LBS had quite the collection and I just picked up the no namer for half the cost. When I asked what the difference was he replied, the Shimano name.

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    The material is important too. Also the design. The marked ones are designed so that have no contact with all brands of calipers .

    And they should have more aquracy in the manufacturing too.

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    The Shimano adapters are priced ridiculously. I held and avid and hayes 203 rear up against a Shimano 203 rear and they positioned the caliper the same. I would guess the fronts are the same also in 203. At the time, I had no reason to compare them when rummaging through my LBS big-box-o-adapters looking for rear 203s.

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    when i was @ fort bill last week there was a stand with boxxer mounts to match the red/black/white colours but i forgett the brand, a google should find them, they werent expensive.
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