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    Slight tangent, I have not been able to find any documentation or markings on TRP rotors for minimum thickness. Right now I have TR-25 centerlock rotors. Anybody know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Srode View Post
    works on all rotors with a saw tooth outside edge, but not all have that - Campagnolo has at least a couple current rotors that do not, a micrometer is a better choice for those to get away from the outside edge or you have to use a feeler gauge and caliper to see what if anything you can slide between the caliper edge and the rotor away from the edge.
    I don't worry about Campy disc brakes as I have never seen one much less had to work on one.
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