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Hope floating disc rotor - 6 Bolt fixing
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Laser cut stainless steel braking surface
Select Rotor size: These Hope rotors are available in 140mm, 160mm, 180mm, 183mm, 185mm, 200mm, 203mm 205mm and 225mm diameter
Available in 6 Colours: Select from Black, Purple, Blue, Red, Orange or Silver - the centre is the coloured part with silver colour braking surface
Includes 6 rotor bolts - silver (Torx 2.5mm tool required for mounting)
These Hope floating rotors are popular amongst both performance orientated riders and those just looking for something a little colourful
The rotor is constructed of a stainless steel braking surface riveted to an aluminium central carrier - 140mm uses 4 rivets, 160mm uses 5 rivets, 180mm and above use 6 rivets
Offers a weight saving over standard rotors
140mm - 82g
160mm - 103g
180mm - 146g (weighs 161g with the 6 bolts)
183mm - 151g
185mm - 160g
200mm - 173g
203mm - 176g
205mm - 180g
225mm - 220g (only available in black)
Floating design deals with changes in temperature - dissipating heat (you can hear the 'ting ting' of the rotor after a good downhill run!)
The rotors are designed, tested and manufactured by Hope in Barnoldswick, England, United Kingdom - so perfect for the changeable British weather.
New design for better compatibility with other brake manufacturers than the Hope Saw rotor (and the edges are less sharp)
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