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      01-24-2012, 11:57 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Syndicategt View Post
Doesn't really matter what time of year you change out your brakes. If in the winter, make sure you have some dry roads to properly bed in the brakes pads. I would just stick with the slotted rotors, drilled have the potential of cracking and are obsolet with the newer brake pads, they are for aesthetic purposes only (and saving 0.2 lbs).
+1

I have J hook slotted floating rotors wait for install.
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