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comment Can I use a Center Lock hub and disc brake rotor in place of an ISO hub?
Set this up yesterday and it works great. For anyone else going down this route, make sure to get a rotor that includes a lockring, and have a lockring tool available.
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comment Disc brake rotor size and forks strength
It's absolutely true that the same torque applied to the caliper generates the same braking force. It doesn't follow that the same amount of torque on the caliper generates the same amount of torque on the fork regardless of caliper/brake mount position.
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answered Should the bike or the rider take the jolt from a bump, and how?