I have a 14 ex8 29er and was wondering if anyone had any concerns about running a larger diameter rotor in the rear of the bike. I am not lightweight necessarily, at 230 or so with gear, and I like the extra braking power the larger rotor offers. I am simply concerned that the extra rotor torque may cause damage to the post mounts and or impact the abp in an undesirable manner. Any opinions on this? I'd like to match the front with a 180. I haven't tried it yet, but had 185s on my hardtail and liked how linear and powerful they were.
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