Theo, go to the following site, and you will see the arrangement of my brakes,
hat, rotor, and hub. It does not put the wheel out further.
I was going to do the Z with the alum hat, but this is simpler.
PS - I am not the bearded guy on the second page, and not in photos at all.
Theo Smit wrote:
> Rob is right. If you mount something to the outside hub flange, and then bolt
> wheel to the outside of that, then the wheel has indeed moved outboard. In my
> upcoming (for about a year and a half now) vented disc brake conversion, I'm
> aluminum hats that bolt to the inside of the hub, just like the stock discs.
> hats will have a Z shape to space the discs as far outboard as possible.
> Larry Paulick wrote:
> > Rob, no this does not. The spindle and hub, with the mounting for the
> > remain in the same place. It is just the mounting of the rotor on the hub
> > changes. In my case it is the mounting of the alum hat, then to the rotor
> > changes.
> > The only change is the rotor position.
> > Larry
> > BlueGolfer@aol.com wrote:
> > <snip>> >
> > > One thing bothers me about this fix. The Tiger front wheels already stick
> > > further than the rear wheels. This makes them stick out further, right?
> > >
> > > Rob
> > > Melbourne, FL