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Latest Brake Rotors Repair and Installation Advice

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Machining Brake Rotors

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Question From Budgie on Machining Brake Rotors

Hi All,

I just had my front brake pads replaced, as they were down to the minimum thickness and squeaking. Both front rotors were measured at .962, and their discard thickness is .910, so I chose to have them machined. I just looked at my invoice and noticed that they machined them to the discard thickness of .910. Is this this something I should gripe about?

I know that some will say I should have just gotten them replaced and others that would have also resurfaced, but I mainly want to know if I am driving an unsafe car now and if the mechanic should rectify the situation?

Thanks!

Budgie

Response From Hammer Time

I somewhat doubt they machined them to specifically the measurement. They were most likely just noting the spec for some reason.
Those rotors would have to have been real bad to have taken that much off. If you had a pulsation to start with, then you will likely get it again real soon.

Response From Budgie

Thanks for your input. That makes me feel a bit better. I just took a second look at the invoice and, now that I think of it, they were likely just stating specifications. Here is the wording exactly:

"Thickness = .962"
"Machine to = .910"
"Discard at = .910"

So, "Machine to" can also be interpreted as "do not machine less than this thickness"?

Response From Hammer Time

No, there is a spec called "machine to" and another called discard. In this case they are the same so yes, it was just the specs.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

LOL. Sorry to butt in, Hammer. You and I must've been typing at the same time. You are evidently faster.

Response From Hammer Time

No Problem Loren

Response From Budgie Top Rated Answer

Thanks to you both! I'm going to stick with them until the next pad replacement and just watch for problems in the mean time.

Now, I just need new tires.

Budgie

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Budgie; I would agree that you should have had them replaced. The thinner the rotors become, the more susceptible
to warpage . Also, the rotors aren't able to dissipate the heat, the thinner they become. Under severe circumstances, heat can cause the brake fluid to boil, which will cause air bubbles in the fluid. Air is not compressible, and loss of braking can result. Heat is also the cause of brake rotor warpage. If this occurs, the rotors will have to be replaced. No ones fault. Brakes are not something to 'skimp' on. Rotors are relatively inexpensive. Doesn't matter how good your car looks or how good it runs. It's got to be able to STOP. Replace the rotors.

peugeot 106 front brake rotors

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Question From mishmush on peugeot 106 front brake rotors

can anybody please tell me step by step how to change the front brake rotors of my peugeot 106 1995.

Thanks

Response From Todd Norton Top Rated Answer

remove the brakes , install the new brakes lol

disc brake rotor removal.

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Question From kip neff on disc brake rotor removal.

2003 Dodge Ram 1500-Front disc brake rotor appears to be rust welded on.Is there a puller That I can use to free it and remove it.

Response From Hammer Time

There is no puller because there is nothing to grab on to. Spray some penetrating oil around the hub area and then use the heaviest hammer that you can find and hit it at the edge of the hub while rotating it. It should pop free.

Response From speed

i like rubber mallets or dead blows, less damage.....but not as much force.....

Response From Hammer Time

i like rubber mallets or dead blows, less damage.

Except they do absolutely nothing for the problem. The impact is what dislodges it and rubber will never do that.

Response From re-tired

A rubber mallet? The only thing you will get doing that is a sore arm .Nothing personal but you obviously have never done this particular job . A 5 lb ballpeen is just about right .

Response From Hammer Time

A rubber mallet? The only thing you will get doing that is a sore arm .

Or a black eye when it bounces back and boinks him in the forehead............LOL

Response From speed

lol you are correct to say ive never had to do this. i only said a rubber mallet or dead blow so as not to damage the rotor, then i got to thinking....if its rusted on im not gonna be reusing it....lol one of my many moments i have that are special.

Response From Hammer Time

If you hit it where I said to hit it, then you won't do any damage anyway. Nobody said to hit the brake surface.

Response From speed

when you said edge of the rotor it didnt click in my head to hit the side of the edge of the rotor...DOH! lol

Response From re-tired

SOMETIMES A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS

Response From speed

lol pic was small but i went re-read the thread again.....and found where i messed up...you said hub....i thought you said edge of rotor.....lol

Response From Hammer Time

i went re-read the thread again.....and found where i messed up...you said hub....i thought you said edge of rotor.....lol

Hahaha........................ Isn't that special

Response From speed

oh if you havent already i think youll learn that i am very special.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Probably too young too to remember that line from SNL

Wierd corrosion on my brake rotors

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Question From Burns098356GX on Wierd corrosion on my brake rotors

Hello, I hope this is the correct forum for this. I recently had my front brakes changed for the first time since I've owned the car (first car I've owned a car). And I've noticed a odd ring of corrosion on the brake rotor towards the middle of the rotor. I never noticed this before and Im wondering if the brake pads were installed incorrectly, because the brake pad defiantly covers the area that would make this ring, but I guess its not making contact with the rotor. Anybody seen anything like this before? Sorry for the everything being messy, been nothing but rain, snow and salt on the roads.

Any help would be appreciated, I honestly dont know much about home auto repair.

Response From re-tired Top Rated Answer

The backing plate of the pad may cover that ares but the friction area ,the actual "brake pad" does not , looks like an orginal machining line and normal corrsion .IMO

Response From Burns098356GX

So your saying there is no problem, its just the brake pad isnt suppose to make contact where that rust is?
Will that rust eventually cause damage to the rotor?

Response From Hammer Time

That rust is completely normal and means nothing. My shop is on the ocean and i see it get much worse than that.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Agree - normal. It's ugly with see thru wheels - I'm bad - If it were mine I would be real carful not to touch the friction area and paint over the rust with BBQ black. I've seen some drums and rotors come thru new painted except the friction area - I believe Centric brake parts does that. You can't paint new stuff as there's usually a slight coating that wouldn't take paint,

T

Response From Hammer Time

I'd be real careful with the paint idea. If you get any paint at all on the contact surface, you'll create a problem when you don't have one now. What you see is perfectly normal.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hammer - I'm not normal but I would be that careful and if you blow it they would need to be turned/machined. Better rotors won't do that as fast or are pre painted new,

T

Response From chickenhouse

Don't know how recent this brake job was done but looks like rotors were not turned.

brakes rotors (1999 kia sophia)

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Question From Guest on brakes rotors (1999 kia sophia)

can someone please tell me how to take off front rotors
any help would be greatly appreciated!
and thanks for the help with the 1993 pontiac grand prix blower heater it worked out great!!

thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Looks like it's held on with a #3 phillips head bolt and should use an impact driver which will help it not stripping or breaking it. See this link where I just found that info.... http://www.autozone.com/N,14400854//shopping/partTypeResultSet.htm

T