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Old 11-03-12, 18:44   #11
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You're good to go. I have '07 rotors that I got from a member here on my '12 675R. The fit is perfect, they're just gold instead of black.
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Old 12-31-12, 02:44   #12
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I'm shopping for used rotors since the buttons on my 06 have developed a shitload of play and make a bunch of noise/vibration. To add some information to this post and for people searching in the future:
06-08 rotors have 8 buttons

09-12 rotors have 10 buttons

675R rotors have 10 buttons and are black


They are all interchangeable.
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Looks like the carrier attaches to the wheels in the same way. This gives me an idea and I might look into getting 675R rotors on my '07.
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Old 02-17-13, 13:56   #14
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This is really good for me to know as I will need new rotors in the next year or so. I'm either buying slightly used rotors or I'm buying new ones.
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