Origin 8 Disc Brake Brake Rotors

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Origin8 Stainless Steel Disc Brake Rotor 160mm is a lightweight, tough, low-cost option for those needing to replace or upgrade their disc brake system. Comes in 160mm diameter for 6-bolt systems. Works with either cable or hydraulic brakes of any manufac

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