Shimano SLX SM-RT70 Centerlock Disc Brake Rotor

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Shimano's SLX line has always been known for its high performing products that are great value for money and the new SLX SM-RT70 Centerlock Disc Brake Rotors offer just that. They deliver powerful and consistent braking performance in all riding conditions by using Shimano's Ice-Technology that greatly improves heat dissipation.

Who's this item for: Riders of any discipline. Awesome options for XC, Trail, Enduro and DH riders after high-end Centerlock mounting rotor.

Mounting standard: Shimano Centerlock.

Materials: Stainless steel and aluminium.

Brake pad compatibility: You can use either metal (sintered) or resin (organic) brake pads on these rotors.

Stand out features: The 'stainless steel - aluminium' floating rotor construction dissipates heat very well.

Dimensions / weight:

  • 203mm, 193g
  • 80mm, 159g
  • 160mm, 133g

What's in the box: One Shimano SLX SM-RT70 brake rotor and a lock ring.

Pros: Consistent braking performance with excellent heat dissipation. Great Value for money

Cons: Not compatible with 6-bolt hubs. If you don't have Centerlock hubs you can't run these rotors.

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$‎54.95
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Centrelock
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Centrelock
$‎74.95
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