Don't go with slotted rotors for a ranger. The slots are made to wear a very slight bit off the break pad every time they pass to make a clean surface on the pads. This wears the pads down much faster than drilled or solid rotors. Slots should really only be used for racing applications. Another function of the slots is to remove gasses from between the pad and disk for better contact. Drilled rotors do this just as well and won't wear the pads as fast.
As long as they will not be undersized after turning.
Yes. It does not make a difference whether is is the conventional, slotted or drilled rotors. They can all be machined in a brake lathe with the same accurate result.
There will be a pulsating on braking.
There is a pulsating on braking.
you can't buy new ones
If the rotors are worn too thin, they could snap apart while braking, leaving you with no braking power at all.
You have warped rotors. Replacement or machining of rotors is necessary to correct that problem.
There was a lot of squeaking while braking when my car needed new rotors.
Excessive or heavy and continuous braking may warp brake rotors. Braking hard (heating the rotors a lot) and then going through water (which quickly cools the hot rotors) may also cause the rotors to warp. If the brake pads or brake rotors are getting thin, the rotors will warp more easily.
If rotors are smooth and shiny, they are good. If still not certain, ask at brake shop.
No, warped rotors will cause vibration when braking.
If they are warped they can cause shaking when braking.
Brake rotor/rotors are out of round / warped. Check rotors and REPLACE as needed.
You need the front rotors machined or replaced.
The pads that do the braking against the rotors are ceramic instead of asbestos.
Warped brake rotors.
not usually. warped rotors will cause a vibration during braking.
Warped rotors is the most likely cause. Have the rotors turned or replaced and new pads installed.
Volvo pads and rotors are the best ones to use. Most aftermarket pads and rotors seem to make braking noise
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.
22s will fit on a 4x4 colorado...i would suggest putting a leveling kit on it to get a little more clearance If you go to these 22s you should upgrade your braking system with larger rotors and calapiers
The minimum thickness for a 1998 Chevy Tahoe's rotors is 30mm. Rotors must be replace when they fall below this thickness due to reduced braking power.
Probably warped brake rotors. They can be taken off and machined true or just replace with new rotors.
In 99% of cars, no. The only exception to this is if your rotors are drilled and/or slotted in a directional way. If your rotors are just normal ones, there is no such thing as a left or a right rotor.