Plain EBC at 55.00 a rotor. http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/sku/N ... R7402.htmlGimmieSumMo72 wrote:im praying that they cover this under warranty!
i was pricing rotors today... the EBC ones look nice but $220 a pop is nuts!
you think torqing the wheels may cause the vibration?KEVSTER wrote:you can remove them yourself and take them into a machine shop for auto repair and have them turned at 13.00 a rotor. The main problem is usually over torquing the lug nuts, and or not torquing at all. I torque lugs to 105FT. Lbs, I start with 50 FT Lbs, go in a star pattern, than increase to 105 FT Lbs,, repeat..
Yes. If you tighten down to the correct specs, you're golden. HOWEVER, even more so with today's rotors, if they are over-tightened, like just zipped on with an impact gun NOT using torque sticks, you could very easily warp your rotors.you think torqing the wheels may cause the vibration?