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      08-30-2012, 07:19 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Turb0Surge View Post
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...)

That is pretty standard among BMWs

Not saying you HAVE to do this, just like you dont HAVE to change your oil until 15k...

Good practice in BMWs has been to do the rotors with the pads, BMWs oem rotors are "thin" are not made to be turned down.

This is all atleast to my understanding
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