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disc's shot prematurely

Old 31-May-2005, 08:56 PM
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disc's shot prematurely

SO I was ripping everything out to do lower B joints today...noticed my 10 000 km disc's are pretty much shot...heat stress cracks starting...and I am not very hard on them. I figured it was my roasted B joints causeing shaking turns out my rotors are pooed. But I can't afford new ones so for now they went back on... to my "premium" CT rotors...either I was real hard on them or they were crap...I mean I'm running a oem grade pad so it's not to aggressive.
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Maybe I should take mine back. They were going to go one with OEM pads too. We should get a group buy going for Brembo Blanks.
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oem all the way
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Old 01-Jun-2005, 11:58 AM
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maybe it was a few times of having my car loaded with 6 people and driving around...or having a couple hundred pounds in tools in the back put extra stress on heat.

either way I need new ones, I still might buy monroe rotors from CT or go and get a different kind at a parts store I started buying from.
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