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post #1 of 16 Old 10-23-2013, 07:39 AM Thread Starter
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Best Rotors?

I am going to be buying some new rotors for the truck within the next few days, but I am not sure what brand to buy or the best place to buy. I do want slotted rotors. I want to keep them cool while still being able to stop the truck and loaded trailer. What's y'alls opinion?

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I have heard the powerslot cryo rotors are really good with hawk LTS pads. I don't have any experience with them though.

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powerslot cyro treated rotors are the way to go
"Way to go"..
Lol, thanks for the information
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Do you sell them?

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Yup i can get them... i recommend hawk LTS pads.... let me see if we have them in stock...
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PM me a price on the rotors when you get it please.



Is it true that it's a bad idea to put drilled rotors on our truck and that they will crack?



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PM me a price on the rotors when you get it please.



Is it true that it's a bad idea to put drilled rotors on our truck and that they will crack?



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i think it all depends on the brand... if you look at the big brake kits like wilwood they are slotted and drilled...
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Motorcraft is the way to go. Hard to beat them. I got over 90k miles out of my original pads and rotors. Wish I would have went back with them.


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I just put power slot cryos on my fronts, got them from rock auto for 275 shipped to my door. Also used hawk LTS pads as well.
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