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Search for McMaster=-Carr. Huge outfit with more stuff than most anybody.I can't access my data base or search from here. You can even talk with people there! BTW: btdt, which you're doing. R3~
I can also see it that way. 6 washers of the same thickness should work fine. It's all about what you want
For an exercise, I just scaled an extra 850-T rotor to define the shim dimensions and submitted it to the above linked company for a quote. I came up with 80.5mm ID, 125mm OD, (6) evenly spaced 8.25mm holes on a 102mm dia bolt circle. I requested that it be made from 16Ga 304 Stainless sheet. I expect they will get back within 24hrs.
They originally came from the factory with shims at the caliper to achieve what you seek. May be a much simpler and inexpensive approach. MG cycle has them on hand in .5M and .8M thickness.
This seems a rather odd situation. Are you sure your front axle is not binding up somehow and not letting the wheel assembly move all the way to the right. Either that or you have a non standard spacer tube (too long) between the bearing and the right fork leg. If that is not the case, I would loosen the pinch bolts on the lower forks and give the axle a good whack to the right just to make sure it is bottomed out to the right before you proceed buying custom parts. Good luck to you.
I clicked on your quote and ordered six for you. . joking of course. I have had many converts and never had to shim the ROTOR. i have shimmed the caliper though. Easy
Just a thought on this. Using washer type shims will greatly reduce the clamping area that transfers the load at that point. This could lead to a shear load imposed onto the mounting bolts and that is a failure waiting to happen.Best not to be too frugal on the brake parts. Check with a machine shop, it may be less than you think.Just me 0.02Hunter
I took the bike for a root, and laid hard on the front brake.
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