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  • Time for replacement brake rotors?

  • If your OEM rotors have seen better days, then it's high-time you purchase replacement brake rotors. Not exactly sure what "better days" means? Technically speaking, every brake rotor has a "Worn Rotor Minimum Thickness" limit. You can find this information engraved on the edge…

  • Before you buy brake pads, you'll want to read this.

  • …pads and rotors wear with use, so you should keep a close eye on them. Brake pads should be replaced when there is 1/8" to 3/16" of friction material left on the steel backing plate. Brake rotors should be replaced before they reach the "Worn Rotor Minimum Thickness" limit, which…

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  • Brake Tech Information - Brakes 101

  • …and brake rotors are wear items and as such, should be inspected regularly and replaced as necessary. Brake pads should be replaced when approximately 1/8" to 3/16"" of friction material remains on the steel backing plate. Brake rotors should be replaced when their "Worn Rotor Minimum Thickness"

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  • STOP : in the name of satisfaction.

  • …give up stopping power when you need it most? Cryogenic freezing a brake rotor can increase durability and help to resist warping. I have used three to four sets of pads per one set of frozen rotors before minimum thickness was achieved. The number one issue I see with brakes is the way we use our…

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