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Old 12-30-2019, 04:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rotor cover removal?

I uno if i misheard this but is the rear wheel rotor cover removable to open things up?
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Old 12-30-2019, 04:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes however the shoulder on the rear rotor bolts will now be to long to reuse them you will need either front rotor bolts or do what I did & add stainless steel washers to the original bolts.
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That is a supposed heat-sink to disperse rotor heat, but many have removed it. A search will yield the needed shorter fastener if removed.

Adding: stock rear bolts are part number 90109-06049 but because its a shoulder bolt the part number is unlikely to code the bolt dimensions so you would need to remove to match, or buy fronts (90109-064G6). Notice the stock front bolts have a small shoulder to match the rotor mount holes. I presume its a match to the back bolt shoulder diameter since others have used them in this mod. Separate from that, I do not know what size stainless washers have been used by others here to make-up the distance needed in order to re-use the rear bolts without the cover. I see Church posted a moment before my original post. Great info.
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