ahhh, now you make a little sense. total runout of a brake rotor. there is
a big difference between that and rinout.
the first thing you do before you cut a rotor is check the runout, but as I
stated before, with the cost of rotors, it is cheaper and easier to replace
them than to cut them,
and there is no such thing as a car lathe.
there is a brake lathe though.
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