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Old 01-03-2017, 07:31 PM   #1
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3.2 Used brake rotors

Doing more DE events so I upgraded my rotors to Sebros slotted rotors when my pads were worn out. These rotors were the original OEM cross drilled rotors.

Here are the minimum thicknesses I measured for each rotor:

Fronts: 1.050 and 1.045 in
Rears: 0.900 and 0.898 in

The min thickness specs are 1.023 and 0.866, so these could be machined or just used as is if you need a low cost solution. They were not warped an no corrosion (Arizona).

$70 front pair
$50 rear pair

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Old 01-03-2017, 10:35 PM   #2
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How many miles and set of pads have these seen?
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Old 01-04-2017, 08:23 AM   #3
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How many miles and set of pads have these seen?
I bought the car last June, so I don't know for sure, but they could well be original rotors.
Can't say for sure for the pads, but highly doubtful these are original pads, so I would say 2nd set of OE pads. The pads were still usable, but I chose to replace them when I replaced the rotors. The car has 77k miles.
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Not to rain on your parade, but you can get brand spanking new Meyle drilled rotors for around $75-80 per pair including shipping on ebay

also. it may be the pic, but the lower left rotor appears to have grooves and would need to be turned

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You can't turn drilled rotors.
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You can't turn drilled rotors.
Bullshyt.

I was a dumdass when changing my pads one night and put a pad in backwards (yes I'm a dumbass). It scored the rotor. Took it to O'riely and $15 later nice and smooth like a baby's butt
Some shops don't like to as they have to be careful to not take too much off at a time . If the mill catches a hole, it can break
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Not to rain on your parade, but you can get brand spanking new Meyle drilled rotors for around $75-80 per pair including shipping on ebay

also. it may be the pic, but the lower left rotor appears to have grooves and would need to be turned

Sorry
Not to sound like a dick, but these rotors are OE, so not sure you can compare the casting/design quality. I have not machined these, so off course the rotors have some slight grooving. Thickness measurements reflect that.

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Ain't nothing wrong with Meyle rotors

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