360,000 mile brake rotors....


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Yeah I suppose sometimes I don't NEED to replace my rotors, but I do anyway lol.
I rarely replace mine. Shits expensive
 

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Cheaper than running into the back of a semi cause your brakes failed...
Downshift.

Theres ways to get stopped. The one thing i dont chance is steering
 

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I'm in western PA where there are so many hills that almost no one's front brakes and rotors last more than two years.
Front rotors? I can get a few years out of them. Rear rotors on the other hand. Two years seems about right. Western PA as well.
 

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Mine usually go prematurely due to rust buildup, i recently learned my friend has a brake lathe so I may use his services in the future.
 


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