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Old 12-20-2005, 08:52 AM
DieselJim DieselJim is offline
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Originally Posted by RUN-EM
Onna another Benz, I put new rotors and porterfield pads. And at the suggestion of Jerry Jones at FORMYMERCEDES.COM treated the disc with the cryogenic freeze bath. This re-orients the molecular structure of the disc. NASCAR does it on all their race cars. The result is that you will have much less dusting on the wheels and superior braking ability. Oh, yeah, on that car, I just have to clean and rewax the wheels about once each year. And it is so easy to clean scrubbing. Just soap them up and wash off.


Ok. so which dies faster in that system the rotors or pads? There is always a trade off. To get superior performance you decrease service interval of something.
My Daily : 96 E-300 Diesel with 195,000 miles
Retired: 92 300D 2.5 T 345K miles and for sale
Retired: 95 E320 157K miles and currently parked with blown engine

Both retired cars are for sale as is my w124 shop inventory
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