On Tue, 17 Jun 2003 22:33:20 -0500 (CDT), firstname.lastname@example.org (Harry
to prevent rust. It's basically a chunk of cast iron. The pads wear
the rotors down a little each time you brake. How would you not
prevent them from rusting? Maybe make them out of stainless steel?
But that would double the weight and triple the cost. Ain't gonna
That does not make any sense at all. The wear surfaces of any rotor will
develop light surface rust when they get wet but not used. The non wear
surfaces will rust very quickly. In either case, it does not matter.
Simply using the brakes will polish off the rust in short order.
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