|04-19-2012 06:03 AM|
|Aunt Flow||Forgot i started this fred. Anyway, this is what I found. I just went ahead and replaced all pads and both rotors. Cheap and easy, two beer project.|
|02-28-2012 04:09 AM|
|Pukeolicious||Damn, didn't your pads have those little metal pieces that cause squeaks when the pad runs thin? They should have warned you long before it was gouging your rotors.|
|02-27-2012 10:34 PM|
|Nubby55||Pads come in sets, two for each side, just turn the LF rotor and put new pads on both sides, if it ain't broke don't fix it!|
|02-27-2012 03:46 PM|
|Aunt Flow||Oh yeah, good idea. Duh!|
|02-27-2012 02:59 PM|
|rebelBullDawg325||replace it and keep the good parts as emergency spares. if you dont replace it, you'll end up doing brake jobs at different times from here on out|
|02-27-2012 02:43 PM|
Front Disc Brake Rotor
While driving my jeep last week to "Town" I noticed a scraping sound when I drove next to another car or wall.
When I got home i jacked up the front end and turned the wheels by hand. Sure enough Scappy-do.
I then pulled my RF wheel off and took a closer look. I found that the inside caliper has badly grooved the rotor and that is the cause of the sound.
I plan on replacing pads and that rotor, I dont think "turning" is possible.
So my question is should I also replace the LF rotor as well? Even though that side is ok?