when replacing brakes, do you need to replace the rotors as well or can you have them resurfaced?
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2006 Land Rover LR3 Question: brake and rotors
hemicuda January 15, 2009, 09:12Master
If there is enough rotor material left to resurface, Usually the repair shop will measure the rotor and tell you if the rotor can be resurfaced.
Answer #2Andy Y January 15, 2009, 09:43Master
There is a minimum allowable thickness for rotors so they'll need to be measured. Many newer cars have a softer rotor material compared to the brake pad material and it's not uncommon to need rotors with pads. If there is enough material (thickness) in the rotors, they can usually be machined. Policies on machining rotors depends on the brand of vehicle in many cases