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Old 12-23-2015, 03:24 PM
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Hi guys, I was suggested to make a rotors change after changing all four brake pads. After I changed the pads the brakes doesn't work properly and in Christian Brothers I was told this is the reason. Any recommendations about what rotors should I put?
 
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Old 12-23-2015, 03:33 PM
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They can be cut and flattened back out if they are still thick enough to do so. I usually cut my rotors on a flywheel grinder when doing putting new pads on a car. But you can only usually get one cut in on them before you'll need to get new ones. Once you get past the minimum thickness on them, they'll warp at the drop of a hat.

I recommend the Zimmerman rotors as they will be the right size and I think they may even be an OEM supplier.

04 2004 Audi Allroad Quattro Brake Rotor - Brake - ATE, Beck Arnley, Centric, EBC, Fremax, Pagid, Pilenga, Pronto, Ultra, Zimmermann, Front, Front Left, Front Right, Rear, Rear Left, Rear Right - PartsGeek
 

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