Go to Ford for some orignial ones. They may cost more money than aftermarket ones, but they may also have a heavy duty version. I have been a fleet mechanic for a towing company for some time now and we only have Ford trucks. We never machine rtors, and always use original Ford ones.
warped brake rotors, have them resurfaced.
Normally this is caused by warped rotors. The fix, is to have the rotors resurfaced or replaced.
Your brake rotors are warped and need replaced/resurfaced.
If you have a pulsation on stopping the rotors are warped. They will need to be checked with a micrometer to determine if they can be resurfaced of discarded. The government set the regulations.
Yes, both rotors should have the same type of finish on them for even braking. They could both be new, used, or both resurfaced.Yes, both rotors should have the same type of finish on them for even braking. They could both be new, used, or both resurfaced.
You can have your brake rotors resurface for approximately $20. The brake rotor thickness must meet minimum standards, in order for them to be resurfaced.
The new pads will last longer, work better, and be quieter if the rotors are resurfaced.
They need replaced when they wear out.
Could be that the rotors are "out of round" and need either to be resurfaced or replaced
Rotors out of round and need to be replaced or resurfaced?
Rotors may be out of "round" (lateral runout) and need to be resurfaced or replaced
your brake rotors are warped. You should repalce you brake pads and have the rotors resurfaced if possible, or replaced.
Were the rotors resurfaced or replaced, or just the pads? Warped rotors are the most common cause of vibration when braking
Front brake rotors are out of round. They need to be resurfaced or replaced.
If you have a pulsating on stopping is an indication they are warped. They would have to be checked with a micrometer to tell if they can be resurfaced.
No you do not have to get new rotors just have them resurfaced. If they are to much warpage then you may need new ones. I would try getting them resurfaced before you replace them.
AS A GENERAL RULE YOU GET THE ROTORS CUT OR RESURFACED BY A REPUTABLE SHOP. THERE IS NOT REPAIR THEY ARE EITHER THICK ENOUGH TO CUT OR THEY NEED TO BE REPLACED
You rotors are warped and will need replaced/resurfaced.
Rotors "out of round" and need to be resurfaced or replaced?
This is normally caused by warped rotors. They will have to be replaced or resurfaced if possible. When you reinstall the wheels make sure to torque the lug nuts correctly as over-tightning them will warp the rotors.
Yes, but they come with such a low discard measurement, it is best to discard them instead of resurfacing them.
New brakes do not grind. If you replaced the brake pads and resurfaced the rotors you may hear a bit of a sound but it is normal until the pads and rotors wear during normal driving.
Rotors need to be changed when they have been resurfaced too many times or becomed too warped to be turned and leave them thick enough for safety. Brake pads should be replaced every 30-40,000 miles depending on driving habits. When you change the break pads, have the rotors resurfaced at the same time. It only costs about $10.00 each to have them turned at the auto parts shop. Few professionals, if any, will replace pads without turning the rotors.
Warped brake rotors, have them resurfaced if thick enough and have the pads replaced at the same time. If the rotors are not thick enough they will have to be replaced too. Could be the ABS also.
i have 2006 endeavor changing brakes do i have to remove the two screws in the rotor to remove so i can have resurfaced