"Derrick Hudson" wrote:
>Not replacing the rotors will will your new pads quickly.
>Youíre right that a nice new (flat) pad will not line up nicely
>an old worn (grooved) rotor.
This is overrated. I have some rotors that are 16 to 26 years old that
are still fine. THe trick is not to usse the very hard pads that some
push because something has to "give" in brakes for all the heat and
fricton of stopping and hard pads will eat the rotors. I use softer
pads and change them a little more often without needing to change
rotors with about every brakejob.
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