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I need front rotors.Napa and buyright and auto zone all are about the same price.Problem is all are from china.I want factory replacements, nothing fancy. Any of you have good luck with china rotors? Oh crap i posted this in the wrong spot :mad: The rotors are for the 01 in my sig.

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i believe genosgarage.com handles the hawk brand brakes and i think slotted rotors.they have alot of goods there for our trucks.

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I replaced mine about 3 years ago for $75 each. I don' remember where they were made, the local brake store provided them and I had to have them or not drive. My job keeps me on the road most of the time and i find myself at the mercy local shops more than i like. the rotors are holding up just fine though.

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i bought my rotors at oreilly's(i think it was this one). i change them 3-4 yrs ago. no problems so far. they are WAGNER rotors. WAGNER is owed by FEDERAL-MOGUL(Abex,AE,ANCO,Atlas,Bentley-Harris,Beral,Carter,Champion,DURON,Fel-Pro,Ferodo,FP Diesel,Glyco,Goetze,Metafram,Moog,National,Necto,Nüral,Payen,Poral,Precision,Sealed Power,Speed-Pro,Wagner Brake Products,Wagner Lighting)

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Thanks guys.I will search out what has been posted.Yes tryed napa,Like i said every one i called came out and told me all are china made.I will poke around and let you all know what i find.

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i picked up a set of raybestos rotors and pads when i did it from rockauto.com. not sure where they're made, but i've use them always if i have the choice.

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Go with the Hawk pads. They will wear instead of wearing your rotor. Then you can just pad slap it next time. & not mess with rotors. dieselperformanceparts in Nashville will hook you up.

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Also you might just try having them turned instead of replacing them. Just depends on how warped/ warn they are.:thumbup2:

Yes i will.It is only 15 per rotor by me. Thanks for the pad tip.I will look into that. It is funny how things work out.I fix trucks for friends on the side.This week i am on my 3rd brake job.next week it is my turn.

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Yes i will.It is only 15 per rotor by me. Thanks for the pad tip.I will look into that. It is funny how things work out.I fix trucks for friends on the side.This week i am on my 3rd brake job.next week it is my turn.

Yeah $15 is a lot better than whatever new ones cost, that's for sure!! I just noticed my spelling error too!:stuned::lmao:

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