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Well the dealer i bought my 99 from put on new shoes and pads but it still has a pretty worn looking set of non cast rotors. So I don't want to replace them righ now but when I do i was woundering if sloted and drilled rotors help on a jeep.:D :confused:
 

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Ya but i was asking about sloted and drilled rotors.:flipoff: That thread is about regular rotors.:D
 

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In one of Jerry's comments, he said those types of rotors are useless. That is what I have always heard, as well.

Quote: Avoid the gimmicky cross-drilled, slotted, or dimpled rotors too that don't help a Jeep's braking in the least.

Learn to read more thoroughly, grasshopper.......:D
 

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Cross-drilled and slotted rotors are really only good for high speed stoping, mainly for heat disipation, but on a Jeep they are a waste. A decen set or quality rotors is all that is needed.
 

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ok thanks thats what I thought it was for the heat.:D
 
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