When machining a rotor, you have two primary goals: provide a smooth surface finish for the pads and provide a true surface finish.
Consumers’ passion for an upgraded appearance of the brake system can be a way to actually elevate the importance of brake system performance, while giving you a new sales opportunity and a way to differentiate your brake service offerings from other shops.
There are a few things a shop can do to keep the dreaded comeback from happening. Start by making a policy that all of your techs must check for runout after installing any rotor.
In certain climates if a rotor is uncoated, corrosion and rust can begin to form immediately.
Raybestos Performance Rotors are made with application-specific enhanced iron, which suppresses noise and keeps brakes running cool, quiet and vibration free.