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Resurfacing cross drilled rotors?

On Fri, 17 Jul 1998, Hussey, Dan wrote:

> don't bother me about it) .  They were very impressive looking italian
> cross-drilled rotors.  Looked very nice.  Put all the stuff on that car

What, dark complexion and hair?  :-)

> So, having just bought these (discounted) yet still pricey rotors, I
> decided to have them proffessionally resurfaced (yes, the correct way)
> buy a local (and very well known) Porsche shop (Kelly Moss Motorsports).

What is the correct way to resurface a cross drilled rotor?   I thought 
you couldn't do that since you would have an interrupted cut (or grind) 
which would cause the new surface to be as irregular as the original.

> My mechanic thinks that my rotors were defective.  I don't know what the

Not completely unreasonable IMHO either.  The rotor-making process is 
fairly simple, but not all steel is created equal.

Graydon D. Stuckey

"There's alot more to Jazz than just wrong notes"