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Note that the thickness of the rotors may differ slightly, so you may have to adjust the brake pads a bit. Also note the difference between bolted and center-lock rotors. Most likely you have a 160 mm 6-bolt rotor though.
Yep, it's the diameter. Most likey 160mm, but double check. You'll need to get the same size rotors as your old ones unless you get new adapters for your frame.
Tubus logo is a great rear rack and I used it on my touring bike with magura louise disk brakes for around 13,000m. More information and my experience on my websites at Cycle touring across Europe Caucasus to India The alternative would be to go for a seatpost mount or one of the other options mentioned here.
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