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ShimanoCenterlock to 6-Bolt Rotor Adapter
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September 18, 2020
My wife’s Felt all-road has Ultegra DBs with Avid 6-bolt rotors on Stan’s Grail hubs. So, this adapter will allow CL Shimano rotors? I’m new to DBs, so I want to get this right! Thanks!!!
September 17, 2020
An elegant solution for one-piece rotors
I bought this to convert my Shimano XT centerlock hubs and make them 6-bolt compatible since I already had 6-bolt rotors. This product is extremely easy to install, and they stay secure. It doesn't seem to significantly affect rotor location as I didn't have to adjust my caliper very much after installation. I used with standard, one-piece rotors without issue. As mentioned below, this will not likely work with two-piece rotors. The price is hard to beat, and shipping was quick. Thanks Backcountry!
September 4, 2020
Check Your Rotor First
I'm sure these would work perfectly fine for standard one-piece or other compatible rotors, however they are not compatible with my Sram Centerline two piece rotors. The adapter's flange face measures ~2.228" at the widest point. The rotors have a recessed mating face of ~2.175" so it isn't possible for the two to sit flush. Another thing to note: this adapter didn't quite work in the manner I hoped. I was looking for an adapter that kept the rotor bolts exposed, allowing the rotors to be swapped in the field easily with a T25 rather than lockring tool/wrench. That's not how this adapter works. I don't think what I'm specifically looking for exists so I'll probably need to find an alternate solution like a pocket lockring remover tool.
November 25, 2019
I have a Scott genius with centerlock Shimano SLX brakes. I'm planning to put a new rear wheel, likely the Race Face Aeffect SL 24mm, which is a 6-bolt. Will this converter enable me to use my existing rotors on the new rear wheel?
September 19, 2019
Can I use a clark rotor with a shimano centerlock to 6 bolt adapter
November 12, 2018
Have 6 bolt rotors and need them to be centerlock? This will do the trick for you at a cost effective price.
May 8, 2017
Will this work for putting it on shimano saint hubs to advid brakes
June 11, 2016
Related to the previous review-- are there any centerlock to 6-bolt adapters that work with RT-86 and RT-76 (w/ aluminum spiders)?
June 22, 2016
I would also like to acquire this information. Have you found a solution?
October 14, 2015
User Error? or Manufacturer Error?
Broke a wheel, so I ended up getting a new wheelset with centerlock hubs. I thought I'd save some money and try these. I couldn't get this thing to work on my XT icetech rotors. The rotor alignment was all off once i put my wheels back on. I tried every assembly variation I could come up with. Spend the extra $ and just upgrade to centerlock rotors.
October 21, 2015
Its not an error. These adapters do not work with aluminum spiders found on higher-end rotors. CC should really have not left that out of the product description: "Due to the aluminum spider SM-RTAD10 & SM-RTAD05 cannot be used with Shimano RT86 or RT76 6-bolt rotors"
August 19, 2020
no user error - i had a bolt head round out from this kit. i was using a Bikehand torque wrench, and it was the last of 12 needed to secure 6-bolt rotors to a CLD hub front and rear. i knew i was screwed and when the lock ring rubbed on the fork, i prayed i could remove the rotors and not lose the entire wheel in the process. i am a lifelong Shimano fan but with TRP rotors and brakes on Shimano hubs, this kit was a bust for me. and since the 160 6-bolt rotor is also permanently affixed to the kits washer and shim, i lose out on being able to return the kit or sell the extra 160mm rotor. all around loss of $$$ than had i just sucked it up an got lock rings and CLD rotors in the first place as my instincts were telling me to do.