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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-07-2003, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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Car: Rotors?!

alright, well it's time to swap out ALL of my rotors. i have a VW Gti Vr6, and i been to two places, and they both say that they cant turn the rotors. Anyone know of any sites online that sell rotors for cheap?! but i'm aslo up for suggestions on brands/slotted/drilled...? please let me know. thanks
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Whats the excuse for not turning the rotors? have they been turned already?

AXIS automotive in Woodridge turns rotors might be worth the call 630-985-1800

This is gonna hurt!
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Whats the excuse for not turning the rotors? have they been turned already?

AXIS automotive in Woodridge turns rotors might be worth the call 630-985-1800
they both claim their too thin to be turned
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ditto this for a 99 Doge Avenger. All ready trimmed once...and about toast!
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think'n about goin brembo sport with the rotors, slotted on both front and rears...don't know about pads... i had a problem with brake dust on my cheapy pads... i figure buy once, should be good performance, and last longer...hopefully
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