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    Shimano M810 Saint Brake Help

    So i've decided to put these brakes on my bike but have a couple of questions first.

    First can i run the Shimano 180mm rotors with them or do you have to go 203mm? i think the 2013 Saints were only 203mm but don't know if that is true with the 810 group.

    Second can you use Avid 185mm rotors with them?

    Thanks Guys!
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    Anyone? i bought the levers today so just need the calipers now.....
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    The only thing that would limit your rotor size is your frame and fork. For example with a Fox40, you have to run 203s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epic View Post
    The only thing that would limit your rotor size is your frame and fork. For example with a Fox40, you have to run 203s.
    i'm putting it on a fox TALAS 32.... so if i just run the 180mm rotor adapter then it should be good to go?
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    yep

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    awesome.... just need to find the calipers now....
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