|02-17-2011 04:05 PM|
Why not just go with the cheapest "lifetime" guaranteed pads from O'Reilly? Again, back brakes do little of the work , compared to the front, and to spend time and money to resurface the rotors for some cheapy pads will be a waste .
When that set of new pads bites it, and if the discs are really dished, then just buy some new rotors from ROCK, and swap them out when adding new pads.
|02-17-2011 11:19 AM|
|03ZX5SVT||yes but if u have an svt the roush ones will not work with your car as to were the other ones will. witch would mean the roush ones would cost you more after u buy them go to install them realize they dont fit cause there to small, then have to order the right ones. just thought i would give ya a heads up man.|
|02-17-2011 10:44 AM|
but these are twice as much
|02-17-2011 10:12 AM|
|03ZX5SVT||i'm pretty sure the roush rotors are not for the svt tho.|
|02-17-2011 09:48 AM|
|lildude1989||sooo, you think i should not worry about the rear rotors?|
|02-17-2011 09:42 AM|
Wow that are some good deals ... Those Rotors look nice.
|02-17-2011 02:10 AM|
|1bille1||new pads will wear to the rotors just fine if OP goes easy on it for a hundred or so miles... Getting discs turned is a waste of time and money.. Especially rear discs. The fronts do 90% of the braking.|
|02-17-2011 01:47 AM|
|eliaslincoln||^looks good to me.|
|02-17-2011 12:37 AM|
soo, for the PADS
Soo, for th ROTORS
|02-17-2011 12:19 AM|
|dirtbiker348||if ur changing the pads, atleast get the rotors cut so the new pads wear to the rotor propely or buy new rotors|
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