I'm look'n for this rotor. Can anyone tell me where I can get a front and rear rotor like this for a 2000 and up softail. This rotor here is for a 99 and down. I asked the seller and he didn't know.
no, no floaters here. floaters have a partial centerpiece that is bolted to the outer rotor ring. these bolts allow the inner and outer rings of the rotor to move or "float" due to any warped pads, rotor, riding conditions etc. the bolts have a sleeve that acts as a bearing sorta and allow side 2 side movement for the rotor against the inner ring and vice versa.adlerx said:maybe I'm mistaken, but none of those looks like floaters to me??
may want to check out PM brake and rotor manufaturing. they have some that resemble that i believe.Carrie said:I'm look'n for this rotor. Can anyone tell me where I can get a front and rear rotor like this for a 2000 and up softail. This rotor here is for a 99 and down. I asked the seller and he didn't know.
minimal side to side. this is designed to take away the vibration issues. like i said, i have no personal experience, only what i've read and seen.Some Guy said:dashooter,
I always wondered what was actually "floating", as it can't float in the direction of rotation or it wouldn't stop anything! side to side makes sense though, for the reason you stated. Do you know how much side to side play there is on a floating rotor, and do they ever get harmonics / vibration troubles?