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My 300C rotors are pooched and I am looking to change em out, no need for extreme, but I am wondering if I should go aftermarket or stay with Mopar parts? Is there a good, inexpensive rotor/pad combo out there?
thanks guys, this newer stuff is a mystery to me when it comes to sourcing parts. :)
 

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right on! thanks Cueball....it goes into the shop tomorro morn and one of my site members has some prety good connections, so I will see what he can get to get the car safetied then look nto something from Dave. I know the cheesy rotors will warp in no time, so those slotted ones ook perfect! :)
 

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Good deal... let us know how it works out!!
 

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Wow! Even better news....apparently the last mechanic was reading the wrong specs...:D My rotors are great, I only needed rear pads (sticking caliper slides?) and an outer tie rod to safety! Whoohoo! :D
 

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Wow! Even better news....apparently the last mechanic was reading the wrong specs...:D My rotors are great, I only needed rear pads (sticking caliper slides?) and an outer control arm to safety! Whoohoo! :D
This is the first car I've ever owned that wears the rear pads faster than the fronts. It's the brake lock differential and ESP.

Bernie
 

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i went with r1 concepts drilled and slotted. very happy
 

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So the wear isn't abnormal? I just assumed maybe they had changed the fronts once already.
Please note, it was a tie rod end, not a control arm. I really shouldn't be allowed on the boards after med time. :D
 
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