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Wasnt sure about where to place this thread. Ive bought a Pike fork, and the disc mount is International Standard. My brakes (stroker) will need an adapter, where can I get one? Also, is this a good excuse to enlarge my front rotor? I think it is currently 160mm. Pike owners?
 

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Did you look at the Hayes link I provided? If you did you'd see:


For a 6" rotor you need hayes p/n 98-15068, here's a cheaper one:
https://www.jensonusa.com/store/product/BR708C15-Hayes+Adapter+-+74Mm+For+6+Rotors.aspx
If you buy a 7" rotor you'd need p/n 98-18640
If you buy a 8" rotor, you'd need p/n 98-15064

I know the Pike has a 20mm Maxle....I have Pike 454 forks on two of my bikes. On one fork I run Hayes Nines with 8" rotors & the 98-15064 adapter.

Here's my Pike 454 fork:
https://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/MountainDog/Pikewith8inbracket1.jpg

Note the "74-30" on the bracket...that matches the "74-30" on the far right of the Hayes code for the 8" adapter:
https://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/MountainDog/Pikewith8inbracket2.jpg
https://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/MountainDog/Pikewith8inbracket3.jpg

FYI, the "Front 20mm" Hayes adapter you are talking about has Hayes p/n 98-15282. If you google search that, you will find that is an adapter for 20mm MARZOCCHI forks. The Marzocchi's use a different offset than the RockShox, therefore you need the wider '20mm' adapter for Marzocchi forks:
https://www.bikeman.com/BR3957.html...utm_medium=GoogleBase&utm_campaign=GoogleBase

FYI, on my other Pike 454 fork I run Avid Juicy 7 with an 8" rotor and run Avid 203mm IS adapter p/n 00.5315.012.040:
https://aebike.com/page.cfm?action=details&PageID=30&SKU=BR1994
 
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