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Old May 20th, 2013, 02:26 PM   #27
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Even if you do find a place that will turn them if there is enough material there, the fuckstick making $8 an hour will probably fukc them up anyways. Had this happen to me on a rotor that listed $120 at the dealership, and wasn't available at the aftermarket level yet.

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A lot of OEM rotors can not be turned. They are designed to be single use (not enough material to turn). Any decrease in rotating mass helps the EPA numbers.
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Don't all rotors have a bunch of rust on the edges a few days after they are installed?
Most rotors from the OEM are coated around the hub area and the vents. Most of the rotor hub rusting is a thing of the past, at least until they just get pretty damn old.
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