Well, they did because I took everything apart and put it back together and
still had it. I then stuck the old rusted and warped rotors back on and
the bang went away it just had the pulsing like before. Putting new rotors
on its fine. The only thing I could think of was one of the cheap chinese
has a hairline crack or a spot they missed machining it, I couldn't see or
feel anything though. It sounded and felt like someone was hitting the car
with a hammer.
In defense of the Chinese, they CAN turn our quality items. But they are
like rebellious children... You must take them to task and force them to
with quality control specifications.
Did you see the "body" labs on TV this week? This sort of poop is totally
I just learned last week that they are making flavoring amino acids, for
products, from human hair.
When will we ever get our heads out of our asses.
It doesn't make a lot of difference whether you do it in two or three equal
IMO. Use the recommended star pattern to torque them, however.
Some rotors can be machined, some cant (as they are near minimum thickness
specs already). Depends.
I dont buy dealership parts, usually, unless I am forced to do so. I have
very happy with good quality parts from NAPA or other quality suppliers.
Dealer parts can cost you several times higher, and may be no better at all.
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