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      08-30-2012, 09:03 AM   #9
scubasteve2365
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Originally Posted by Turb0Surge View Post
Why? If your rotors are not warped, scraped, or damaged in any way, why change them?

I've been doing my own maintenance on all of my bmw's since I was 16 and i've never had to change rotors with brake pads.
How would one know that they aren't warped or aren't "too thin". I can get a micrometer/calipers to measure thickness but what determines too thin? How thick is a new rotor to spec (to gauge life)

I'm at 60k and was planning to do a full brake job myself. Brakes work really well now (other than dust) and if I don't need to pay ~$80 per wheel for new rotors, I'd be happy.
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