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I'm curious too, if the rears are OK does what about only replacing the front rotors, but pads all around?
Just looked at my brakes while wheels and tires were being installed and as I suspected, finally, they're about to give it up, as 88k miles.
Fronts have what I'd call discolored "hot" spots and surface heat cracks if you look just right. Pads are about gone.
Rear rotors "look" good but the pads are close to being gone.
Realistically, the way it's driven most of the time I don't need "super brakes", just good brakes. I tow, but that's not very often and summers only the boat at about 7500lb. right now with the trailer brakes disabled I don't have any fear stopping the whole rig with the trucks brakes.
What about Frozen Rotor's unslotted? Or maybe slotted up front and just new pads in the rear?