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      08-29-2012, 10:43 PM   #6
Turb0Surge
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Originally Posted by AllBlackBimmer View Post
My local Indy said BMW rotors are thin and do not get machined down. New front rotors each time with front pads. Rears you can get away with new rotors every other time when changing pads.

This is what my BMW Indy shop told me. I have not done brakes on my BMW yet... But will within 6 months to a year.


Wtf? I just did my front brakes and my rotors were fine. Why would you change your rotors with brake pads? (unless you grinded down the pads into metal an then used that metal to grind down your rotor...)
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