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Just gonna throw this out there... In looking close at the pic, I see that the leading edge of the keyway is chewed up. I wonder if this has something to do with it? The reason why I say this, is because I had an issue on my 71, where the nut holding the rotor on backed off while I was riding it. Aside from scaring the crap out of me and rattling around inside the cover till I was able to stop... it sheared the key in half, and caused the rotor to spin on the shaft. In spinning around, what was left of the key chewed up the keyway pretty badly. Hard to imagine it's possible, but I have the pics to prove it.

Is it possible that the spacer you have was put there to hold the rotor in place? is there a hole drilled in the back of your rotor that corresponds to the peg on that spacer? I would think it would hold it in place pretty well.

Again, just a thought.
-BK
 
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