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XT M785 brakes on whippet frame

clayboyclayboy Posts: 31
edited December 2013 in MTB workshop & tech
Hello all, need some advice please,

Doing my first bike build, got XT M785 brakes 160mm discs front and rear, on-one whippet frame and SID world cup forks.

Not got the wheels as yet.

Will I need any brackets/spacers to mount the calipers on the frame and fork?

Cheer's, Nick.

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  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 50,675 Lives Here
    Maybe maybe not it all depends on the mounts.

    If both are post mount and the calipers are post mount then nothing is needed.
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  • Thank you,

    I will have to make a few phone calls tomorrow to find out what mounts I have.

    First bike build, was hoping to get all the items I needed for a build over Christmas.
  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,599
    If you have the frame and forks you can just look at them.
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  • WhipItWhipIt Posts: 52
    I'm running these brakes on a Whippet. The front mounts directly to a Reba 2011 RL with no adaptor, 160mm rotor - I think your SIDs will be the same. The back is a standard mount for a 160mm rotor carried over from an old frame.

    I didn't get a brake mount for the rear with the Whippet or the brakes, but they were OEM from ze germans so maybe I got a stripped down pack. I'm pretty sure you'd want something like: http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/shim ... -prod13749
  • THank you very much, for the info,

    Will order rear mount now.

    Cheer's Nick.
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