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Shimano - SLX SM-RT70 Rotor - Centerlock

Shimano SLX SM-RT70 Rotor - Centerlock

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$25.99 - $38.02 $46.99

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    • One Color, 140mm
      sale $25.99
    • One Color, 203mm
      sale $38.02



    Tech Specs

    [center piece] aluminum, [rotor] stainless steel
    Attachment Type:
    140, 160, 180, 203mm
    Recommended Use:
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    SLX SM-RT70 Rotor

    Get confident braking power with the Shimano SLX SM-RT70 Centerlock Rotor. Designed to combat heat buildup and featuring an alloy centerpiece, this rotor brings durable, reliable speed modulation to the steepest trails and hardest corners.

    • Enjoy powerful, confident braking with these centerlock rotors
    • Ice Technology improves heat dissipation during sustained braking
    • Centerlock attachment is quick and simple to use

    Great value, great rotor, but...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I’ve had these paired with SLX and XT brakes. Quiet, minimal fade on long steep descents, and very minimal warp over many miles. However, be aware that you need to purchase an outer-type lock ring to use with many 15mm thru axles - the kind that locks down with a bottom bracket wrench. The standard cassette-type lock ring does not have adequate space to insert the lock ring tool around the axle cap.

    It's a Rotor

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It's a rotor, not much to note, Shimano does a good job with their quality. It works for the average rider (like me) just as well as anything further up the line, if you're working your bike and brakes hard, a nicer rotor will dissipate heat better and should be a bit lighter. Includes a lockring.

    Center lock SLX

      Great option if you're looking for a cheap centerlock rotor.

      pretty good

        does not cool as well as the next tier up in their lineup but does a good enough job for 75% of the riders out there. If you're riding hard several times a week you might want to spend a little more. Otherwise they work great and last pretty well.