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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
ok...
i knew my rotors were bad for the longest time but my dad said to wait it out, which i did. and i had a bad feeling if i did they wouldn't be able to unwarp them and have to totally replace them.

well today it happened. $300 for new rotors and pads, and cleaned rear drums. that cut into my fix-it budget real deep.

still, i guess it is cheaper than having to do it to all 4 rotors.
 

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yay, someone appreciates the wagon. everyone who lives around me shuns it. they can all burn. :p:
 

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Oldman said:
so you replaced the rotors because they were warped? unless they were getting really rusty/brittle i would have left them as is
:disappoin :lol:

If they are warped beyond 'turnable' (machine-able) amounts then you have no other option?

Mabey you enjoy a vibrating brake pedal, you sick fuck. :lol:
 

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yes i kno what u mean. little things here and there break down but nothing real major. except A/C which I MISS IN THIS FLORIDA WEATHER
 

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Yeah it's hard to drive in Florida during the summer without the A/C. Good luck with your repairs:)
 
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