I measured the dropouts, and its about 10mm.
The 2 bolts, wich will be screw from both sides a slightly smaller , about 9.8mm.
I think it the right size.
I tried today layering some small metal plates in the dropouts, now the rotor isnt touching, but it is hard to get the wheel in and out. To alignin the brake caliper then is a tough job
For a more long term fix, go to a local engineering shop and see if they can lathe the disk down a few mm. Not sure if it'll work with an icetec rotor though, it may de-laminate...
Just thought, are you sure you have the right size axle/bolts in the hub? Like having a 10mm bolt in if the frames designed for 12mm...
I'm kicking less now, so hopefully will get better with time. Still a long ways to go though!
Getting the hang of up to front, then swapping to back. Still having to do a longish endo then a small kick once the rear touches down, so no chance of doing it on anything thin yet.