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I use the Oxford alarm disc lock, seams pretty decent as a deterrent anyway!
 
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You don't need the disc's "whole" or "hole" diameter when buying a motorcycle disc brake lock. The hole size is pretty much standard. But you need to look at if you are buying a bicycle or scooter disc brake lock the pin size will be smaller. But the concept is theft deterrent so having an alarm ringing when someone handles the lock is recommended to scare away thieves.

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I believe the scrambler's front or rear rotor an easily accommodate a disc lock pin of 14mm or roughly 1/2 inch.
 

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I found this originally posted by Member Hui:
Front disc air holes are 8.1mm.
The rear disc has 7.49mm air holes.

If your lock has enough reach you could use (unusually) the floating bobbin holes which has a 6mm hole.
 

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