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That's what I thought. The rotor on my Revtech 100 was flat too.
I have the 120 but I can't imagine that the charging system would be any different. But like Frank said, they do make different offset inserts.
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3/16" thick at the splines.

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3/16" thick at the splines.

Mines more like 3/8", if not more..
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Ok. There's the difference.
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:19 PM
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Mines more like 3/8", if not more..
Maybe there making the rotors different to eliminate the washer between that and the pulley. My washer is like 1/4" thick.
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Thanks for checking that out, Frank.
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Maybe there making the rotors different to eliminate the washer between that and the pulley. My washer is like 1/4" thick.
Does that washer serve any purpose?

Mine is definitely different from the ones I have seen.
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Does that washer serve any purpose?

Mine is definitely different from the ones I have seen.
As far as I know it's just to space the pulley out from the rotor a bit, but who knows.
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:26 PM
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As far as I know it's just to space the pulley out from the rotor a bit, but who knows.
In any case, it's lined up perfectly now. I guess we'll just have to wait and see if it's a gusher.
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My concern would be all about the alignment of the front pulley.

I've seen the style you have, and I've had interest in them. Because, as you can see in my pic, I've had to replace more than one rotor on peoples bikes because of broken magnets.

Now, there's been more than one thread about broken rotors at the splines. With the style I use, i like the spacers so that the rotor has a decent base on both sides.

With that thing you have, I don't think I'd be worried about breaking it. LOL LOL

Again, i'd be more concerned with the front pulley alignment.
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Old 04-02-2007, 05:28 PM
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My concern would be all about the alignment of the front pulley.

I've seen the style you have, and I've had interest in them. Because, as you can see in my pic, I've had to replace more than one rotor on peoples bikes because of broken magnets.

Now, there's been more than one thread about broken rotors at the splines. With the style I use, i like the spacers so that the rotor has a decent base on both sides.

With that thing you have, I don't think I'd be worried about breaking it. LOL LOL

Again, i'd be more concerned with the front pulley alignment.
This bitch is solid. Maybe it will act like a damper.
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Old 04-02-2007, 05:34 PM
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Ok, I guess we need a trailer chase on our way to Uxbridge. LOL LOL LOL
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Old 04-02-2007, 05:42 PM
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Well, I thought that was funny.


LOl LOL LOL
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Old 04-02-2007, 06:06 PM
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Nah, well be OK. Finally made some progress this week, been working a lot. Broke the bike down, ready to final weld and paint.
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Old 04-02-2007, 06:08 PM
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Cool deal!!!!!!!!

Considering everyone else is on the road. LOL LOL LOL

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