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Old May 8th   #1
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Check out the rear Rotors!!!

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Check out the rear Rotors!!!

That's what I thought too, but it didn't make sense. After looking at the original, I discovered that's actually a cone on the other side that you can see through the spokes of the wheel.
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That's what I thought too, but it didn't make sense. After looking at the original, I discovered that's actually a cone on the other side that you can see through the spokes of the wheel.
Yeah, Byron and I got to looking at it too and came to the same conclusion. We thought it odd that the rears were lit up and not the front. Good catch Samir.
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Yeah, Byron and I got to looking at it too and came to the same conclusion. We thought it odd that the rears were lit up and not the front. Good catch Samir.
Now it still could have been possible if the caliper was dragging, but I would think it would have to be stuck almost fully depressed against the rotor to produce that type of heat.
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But that goes pretty high in that wheel to be a cone. It is hard to tell though.
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But that goes pretty high in that wheel to be a cone. It is hard to tell though.
It's definitely hard to tell with the resized pic. I looked at the high res original since if that was the rotor, something isn't working right. I was pretty relieved to find it to be the cone.
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The more I looked at it last night the more it looked like something besides the rotor.
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realisticly why would the hot spot be on the very bottom of the rotor? No way it could be anything but a cone. and how could it be that hot in one spot and so cool in the next?
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realisticly why would the hot spot be on the very bottom of the rotor?...and how could it be that hot in one spot and so cool in the next?
That's what first got me to look at it closer. Especially since it was just the rear, although that is possible.
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