NUTT 140mm 160mm 180mm Disc Brake Rotor Centerlock MTB Heat Dissipation

  • only one 160mm
  • a pair 160mm
  • only one 140mm
  • a pair 140mm
  • only one 180mm
  • a pair 180mm

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The structural design advantages of the middle lock disc:

①It can make the brake pads evenly stressed, which not only prolongs the

life of the pads but also reduces the possibility of disc wear and deformation.

②Using air and gaps to achieve the effect of heat dissipation.

Product Parameters

【Brand】: NUTT

【Model】: RS6

【Braking System】:disc brake

【For hub type】: Center lock

【Rotor Diameter】: 140mm 160mm 180mm

【Thickness】: 1.8mm

【Weight】:139g(140mm) / 159g(160mm) / 163g(180mm)

【Features】:heat dissipation / Hollow

【Material】: stainless steel disc + aluminum alloy lock ring

【Lock Cover Model】 : Internal teeth tooth lock cover

【Tool】 : Cassette Socket Tool

【Suitable for】: Metal/Ceramic/Resin Brake Pads

【Compatible】: Quick Release-CenterLock hub


High-strength stainless steel, compatible with a variety of brake pads, 

Internal tooth lock cover fits quick-release center lock hubs


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