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Have them back in stock and ready to ship , direct bolt on and ride to the marzocchi fork legs! Dont worry about the little formula brakes or trouble bleeding, upgrade to the dual piston brakes with no issues! We are running a 220mm rotor with this setup.

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Will this setup work for anything other than Zokes?
Say a Red Baron front end possibly?
 
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Is there a 220mm disk that will fit a marzocchi hub for this setup?
We have front rotors but they are not the same bolt pattern as the marzocchi wheel , u may have to run our wheel or try to get ahold of a galfer rotor.
I will have Justin bring home a set and play around with his marzocchi wheel and see what he can find out.

*Bean what mm rotor comes stock on that formula rotor ?
 
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Will this setup work for anything other than Zokes?
Say a Red Baron front end possibly?
We havent done any testing with the red baron front end , just the fastace and the marzocchis we run. If you can give me some measurements i can let you know
 

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here are the brakes being used on johner's old bigminis bike with a formula rotor.

 
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here are the brakes being used on johner's old bigminis bike with a formula rotor.
I used them with formula 200mm rotor but I have also use with the Hayes 180mm rotor because it is 5 mm thick compared to the formula 200mm that is only 2.5mm thick. Works well with either rotor. If your able to find a BBR waver rotor then it will even be better because it is 5mm thick and 200mm rotor size. Either way brakes are good and ASV makes a lever for it too
 

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Hope I measured correctly. Let me know if I did this wrong.
On the fork leg the holes were 15.0mm apart.

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Measured the caliper mount too just in case it might help.

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Best way to get the correct measurement is to use the back side of the calipers and measure inside to inside of one hole then leave that measurement where it is and zero it out. From there measure from hole to hole all the way to the end. When you measure just the hole then zero it out and measure it end to end it's real acting as you measuring it from the middle of each hole. Hope it make since but what you sent will get them close enough to see I am sure.
 

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Best way to get the correct measurement is to use the back side of the calipers and measure inside to inside of one hole then leave that measurement where it is and zero it out. From there measure from hole to hole all the way to the end. When you measure just the hole then zero it out and measure it end to end it's real acting as you measuring it from the middle of each hole. Hope it make since but what you sent will get them close enough to see I am sure.
Got ya. Basically using the diameter of the hole to give you the dead center point.
I should have thought of that earlier. Lol
 

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Would these work on 04 ktm 65 forks?
 
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Would these work on 04 ktm 65 forks?
have not tried them on the ktm65 , check the spacing which should be the same but rotor may be different
 
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