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Old 12-21-2003, 06:52 PM
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Unless the rotors have a significant lip on them which indicates severe wear, I'd just slap in new pads. As a matter of fact being a professionl mechanic I receive many industry magazines not sent to the general public, and the consensus of auto mfgs in articles written in these magazines is, don't replace rotors unless necessary. Also there are neat little teflon coated plates that go on the back of the pads and really reduce brake noise.

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