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A disc rotor has spokes. Just look at it. You can mount it with the spokes leading or the spokes trailing. The brake caliper pulls on the rim of the rotor when you stop. This force transfers through the spokes to the hub. If the spokes are trailing they will be in tension and will eventually break.I do not even pretend to know what you are saying, I'm sure someone will be on here in the morning that will catch this and explain it to me.
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