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I want to have 2 wheelsets for my Scott Scale 40. One set with road friendly tires, and the other with knobby dirt tires. I use my bike as an "all purpose" bike so I want to do quick easy changes for when I want to hit the single track stuff on weekends after my commuiting with it on weekdays.

I have Avid Juicy 3 hydraulic brakes. I know that pads will "break in" to a rotor. Is there anything to worry about with disc/pad breaking in on two different sets of brake discs?, and do you think I will also have to mess with the calipers pad centering every time I swap wheels?
 

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I'm doing the same thing with my Stumpjumper, having 2 wheelsets and all. I got the same answer from my local bike mechanic. He also recommended using an identical cassette(tooth count) on both rear wheels to avoid issues with my rear derailleur adjustment.
 
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