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    Hi Guys, anyone tried using 203mm rotor for front and 180mm for rear? Any issue doing so?

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    I think I read that the most that could be put on the Fatty was 180mm as maximum

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    I run a 203 front and 165 rear with great success. I run a 203 because I still run a 100mm front hub which makes things a bit tight at the caliper when removing/installing my front wheel...the 203 mount moves the caliper further away from the drop which alleviates most of the issue...
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    Quote Originally Posted by damnitman View Post
    ?I run a 203 front and 165 rear with great success. I run a 203 because I still run a 100mm front hub which makes things a bit tight at the caliper when removing/installing my front wheel...the 203 mount moves the caliper further away from the drop which alleviates most of the issue...
    Great to hear that man, thanks. I will go ahead with 203 front/180 back and see how it go. Cheers

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    If you are overly concerned about it, I would go ahead and check with On One...I have heard of forks that have rotor size limits as well as frames and components that have weight limits...
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    Quote Originally Posted by damnitman View Post
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    I run a 203 front and 165 rear with great success. I run a 203 because I still run a 100mm front hub which makes things a bit tight at the caliper when removing/installing my front wheel...the 203 mount moves the caliper further away from the drop which alleviates most of the issue...
    You're running a 100mm hub up front? I'm guessing this might be a 20mm axle hub? What fork? I have some fork ideas, but most would require running a 100mm hub and I was thinking the offset would make running a disc brake difficult to impossible. I suppose the 200mm-ish rotor is the solution?
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    ...nope...Ti Blacksheep Unicrown, 100mm Schmidt SON w/9mm qr laced to 100mm hoop...works great...
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