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Old March 20th, 2017, 12:04 PM   #1
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Interchangeable rear brake caliper mount bracket

Interchangeable rear brake caliper mount bracket?

Are the 848 and 1098/1198 brackets interchangeable?

Could not find any cross reference.

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Old March 20th, 2017, 02:02 PM   #2
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Yes, they are. Same rear rotor, caliper, etc.

The splined hub and related parts are different, but the brake components- all of them- are the same.
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Old March 20th, 2017, 03:55 PM   #3
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This is plain wrong. Many differences between the 848 and 1X98 in this area. The rotors are definitely different!

Giving incorrect advice like this causes people serious problems, and should be avoided..

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While I'm no expert, I tend to agree with Pat.

We know the nut size is different between the two so the torque is different.

We know the insides of the swing arm (eccentric) are different.


The caliper bracket has o rings I would assume it's important it fits correct. And this is a big assumption but I assume the 1098 is bigger than the 848, when it comes to the parts that go in the swing arm, thus the bracket may be as well.
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Old March 20th, 2017, 11:04 PM   #5
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Yes, they are. Same rear rotor, caliper, etc.

The splined hub and related parts are different, but the brake components- all of them- are the same.
Thanks T. Yes, I am intolerant of people giving bad advice which could cause headaches, which is where I became impatient with a previous 'advice-giver' on here..

Just to clarify this one - the 848 uses a smaller diameter rear axle, more akin to the previous 748-998 series. This presumably being the "splined hub"(?) referred to above.

So the main nuts and threads are also smaller diameter, hence the lesser torque recommended that T mentioned. The sprocket carrier and sprockets are different (smaller spline) and utilise five retainers as opposed to the six of the 1X98s.

Of course the brake rotor bolts to the axle, and its inner mounts are on a smaller radius on the 848. Not interchangeable with the bigger models. All the bearings and spacers internal to the eccentric hub are also different.

But the swing-arms are the same, apart from cosmetic finish obviously.

The caliper retaining bracket - the original inquiry, MAY interchange, but I've never had occasion to try. The brackets obviously look different, but close comparison/measuring would provide the answer.

Just measure every aspect/dimension Dutch, as you appear to have the two items to hand.

But as a general observation, care should be exercised when trying to fit non-original model parts, as I've warned previously. Not like the old days this stuff, where more commonality of parts was the norm.
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Old March 21st, 2017, 09:23 AM   #6
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Just measure every aspect/dimension Dutch, as you appear to have the two items to hand.
Do not have the 1098 bracket, so I do not know the answer. Though I never have seen a cross reference between the two brackets though.

But it got me curious, since there have been some after market brackets (anodized black,silver, red etc) and they all list it as compatible with all the 848 1098 1198 bikes.

And of-course the sellers claim it will fit.

So I still would like to know.
Maybe someone could measure the I.D. of their 1098/1198 bracket?
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And of-course the sellers claim it will fit.
Yep been there
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For future reference: They are not interchangeable.
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Thank you for the follow up Dutch!
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Pretty weird. Ive got an 848 and a 1098 here, and Ive used the 1098 bracket on both of them, swapped swingarms, etc, and never had a problem.
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