no they use a horizontal dropout. On the disc side the modular dropout allows for adjustment for the disc brake caliper via slots that allow you to slide the mounting bolts. The disc brake slides to a point where it will be able to grasp the rotor.
Basically you lock down the rear wheel then move the caliper to the appropriate spot in its range of adjustability.
There is no EBB.
I don't have a pic and the Dean website doesn't have a pic of the disc ss mod dropout yet. I won't have mine for a week or so. I will post a pic then.
Sweet way to go for a guy without much more money
So are you saying the non-drive side modular drop-out has the disc tab w/ the slots integrated into the modular piece, or is the slotted disc tab welded onto the frame like normal?
If the disc tab is integrated into the modular dropout piece, I assume the normal geared modular dropouts also have a non-slotted disc tab integrated into the non-drive side piece.
That would be pretty slick.
Have I got this straight?