...another possibility is that with the rotors being so thin, the caliper pistons just went too far out, and once past a lip that I am sure has developed over the years, wouldn't 'go slack'...this heated the poor little darlings up to the point of failure. The thing that aggravates me about this whole thing, is that the rotors for a 126 are cheap! (as in when you buy some, not in quality) . Grrrrr!
Your mechanic get my putz of the month award!
I just reread your post...12-1500 dollars?? I hope they wash, wax, and clean your carpets too for that.
03/83 300D 184k
07/73 280 160k
[This message has been edited by Larry Delor (edited 04-04-2000).]