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Old 11-10-2007, 11:59 AM
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Aftermarket Rotors

Hello all,

My 2000 F350 has the factory warped rotors on the front and I need to replace them with aftermarket rotors.

Could someone educate me on what to buy, what to avoid and maybe where to shop?

Appreciate the help.

John
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Old 11-10-2007, 12:04 PM
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Best Rotors are the Powerslot Cryo rotors.... they are cryo frozen so that it makes them very hard.... they hold up to a lot of heat way better than stock rotors.... if you combine those with Hawk LTS pads youll get much better braking power
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Old 11-10-2007, 12:42 PM
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I was just wondering what that combination runs and where I can get them. Thanks.
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Old 11-10-2007, 12:54 PM
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I was just wondering what that combination runs and where I can get them. Thanks.
PM me the year of your truck and specs and ill shoot you over a price
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Raul is right, Power Slot Cryo's on my truck with Hawk LTS pads. If you do alot of towing, you may want to go with the Hawk Super Duty pads.
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Ok, I'm convinced Powerslot Cryo is what I'll go with.

Can anyone tell me who online generally has the best deal on these rotors? Help keep me from searching all over the internet.

Appreciate the help.

John
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Old 11-10-2007, 03:11 PM
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Smile great guy deal with.

Title has very good price and he is a stand up guy ,backs everything he sells, always ready to help with anything you might need. To me thats better then shopping and saving few bucks. Just my 2 cents
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Old 11-10-2007, 05:03 PM
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Here you go guys i just put them up on my site... ill add the rest of them in about an hour Stealth Automotive. F-250/F-350 Superduty 4x4 - Front Rotors (Pair) SRW/DRW Cryo Frozen
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Old 11-10-2007, 08:21 PM
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Good advice on those rotors,but has anyone changed the parking brake shoes?
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NO NO NO You don't want the severe duty pads!!!! They are not made for a stock truck. A stock PSD isn't heavy enough to create the heat and friction to properly break them in. I was sold them and developed a severe pull to one side. The crook who sold them to me told me it was my calipers, then the brake lines, I spent $250 tracing a problem that was in the pads. I finally switched pads and the pull swapped sides. I called Hawks and spoke to a great rep there and he said I should have never of been sold the severe duty pads, they are for welding trucks and other trucks that carry a lot of weight, or race trucks. Hawks overnighted me the LTS pads with a agreement I wouldn't drive the truck until I got the LTS pads on. I installed the LTS pads and everything is awesome now. Beware there are some folks out there selling this stuff that only care about the $$$, if you want to know who to stay away from PM, for what it's worth I haven't seen them on this forum. Don't want anyone to go through what I did. Although the SS wrapped in Kevlar brake lines did firm up the pedal.
Good Luck
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