Join Date: May 2002
Location: Western Arkansas
One Rotor bad. Have to replace both?
I would just replace the bad one. If the other rotor is within turning specs, have it turned and put it back on.
EDIT: Mic the damaged one...if it's within turning specs and not too badly damaged, turn it too and use it. If it's badly gouged, the brake shop might not want to put it on the lathe for fear of busting a tooth.
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