UFO rotor prices
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Fri Aug 30 09:28:11 EDT 2002
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I'm not with you on this thread. If you aren't there with a set of calipers,
"designed to sell a rotor" is an easy statement. IME, if they are below min
spec, a good shop SHOULD be selling you a set of rotors. "Practical" min
spec, refers to a customer that doesn't want to buy new rotors now. IME2, a
good auto/machine shop shouldn't be cutting rotors that are below min spec.
So, by the looks of things, this guy's shop is willing to put a new set of
pads on rotors out of spec. That's quite reasonable, and discounts your
Your advice is free, but I'm thinking Anton got most reasonable service here.
Anton, keep a sharp eye out for stress cracking, new pads on rotors below
min spec could very well mean your rotors will fail before your next pad
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In a message dated 8/30/02 12:59:08 AM Central Daylight Time,
b.m.benz at prodigy.net writes:
Stock answer! No such thing, a practial min spec, IMO. The cooling slots
wern't showing thru the active rotor area were they, like with slotted
> From: "Gaidos, A." <agaidos at got.net>
> Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 21:29:48 -0700
> To: "Bernie Benz" <b.m.benz at prodigy.net>
> Subject: RE: UFO rotor prices
> Said rotors are below minimum spec. They did offer to put on new pads and
> said they might be a bit noisy due to soe groves.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bernie Benz [mailto:b.m.benz at prodigy.net]
> Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2002 8:13 PM
> To: Gaidos, A.
> Subject: Re: UFO rotor prices
> The first question is: What is worng with is with the old rotors? Expect
> their answer to be designed to sell new rotors.
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