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Shimano Deore RT53 Centre Lock Disc Rotor

SM-RT53 rotors give excellent performance using the proven Shimano Centre-Lock system giving increased strength and security with an easy set-up.

Precision cut and drilled stainless steel braking surface improves pad clearing in muddy conditions while aiding cooling under high load.

Features:

  • Rotor Size: 160 mm
  • Rotor Compatibility: Center-Lock

Buy Shimano Deore RT53 Centre Lock Disc Rotor from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

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can i fit this

Hi, will these discs fit to shimano XT splined hubs and what else do I need to fit them?
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Your spindled hubs should be supplied with the lockrings required to fit rotors.

These rotors will fit splined Shimano hubs excluding 20mm bolt thru types.

To fit the following tool is required.
 
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Of course. This rotor will fit any shimano/non-shimano centerlock rear hub.
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Can I get this part

Hi, I've bought a second hand wheelset with shimano M785 centre lock hubs and I am wanting to buy and fit the Deore RT53 centre lock rotors.
There are no lock rings or means of securing the rotors as far as I can see, can you tell me what I need. I've looked at the pictures of the M785 hubs on your site and they don't appear to have any type of locking device.
Your advice would be appreciated.
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This rotor has a CENTRELOCK locking ring compatible with nearly all shimano MTB rear hubs. All rotors come with these lock rings.
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Alternate rotor

This part has been out of stock for a long time.
Is there a suitable alternative rotor that can be used instead?
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The RT64 would be a suitable alternative.
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