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ShimanoXT M8010 Centerlock Rotor Lockring


Item # SHI00HL

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  • One Color, 12/15/20mm TA ($13.00)
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Item # SHI00HL

XT M8010 Centerlock Rotor Lockring

CenterLock rotor mounts are our preferred method for attaching rotors to our hubs. It provides even pressure across the disc rotor, so it's less likely to warp due to uneven torque and it's simply faster and easier to install and remove. The XT M8010 Centerlock Rotor Lockring is perfect to keep in the toolbox just in case you might need it on a trip. The lockring is compatible with 12, 15, and 20mm axles and Centerlock rotors and requires an external BB tool to torque the lockring to the hub.

  • Lockring for Centerlock rotors and hubs.
  • Compatible with Centerlock trhu-axle hubs and rotors

Tech Specs
Attachment TypeCenterlock
Compatibility12, 15, 20mm Centerlock hubs, rotors
Recommended Usecommuting, cross-country, cyclocross, downhill, enduro, gravel, mud/sand/snow, road cycling, time trial, trail, triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

One Color, 12/15/20mm TA

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Hi, can you please tell me exactly which BB-Tool works with this? Thanks.


Will these work with quick release-style axles?

Hi Zack, these will work just fine on quick release hubs.

>Rating: 4

Rotors stay on

I've put it through the wringer

I recently replaced rotors that used a centerlock adapter with centerlock rotors. This ring was essential to doing that and works exactly as you would expect.

>Rating: 4

Keeps Rotors Secure

I've used it several times

Simple design that's needed for 15mm thru axles and easy to install with a BB tool.

What BB tool is needed for these?

>Rating: 5

never had and issue with these

I've put it through the wringer

I have these on 4 bikes and can't say a bad thing about them. they're light and they work.


Will this work with a sram cassette and rotor? Will it work with a thru axle?

These will work with the Sram Rotors, however they will not eork with cassettes, you would need to use a Sram cassette lockring.