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Posted: 02/23/12 12:12pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

NewsW wrote:

Given the cost of brand new rotors.. I would have just got new ones.

350 rotors are as little as $70 a piece.

Expect 450 chassis rotors can't be much more than $150

If you can get cyrotreated ones, they really work well.


I have an older E 450 chassis but on mine the rotors are part of the hub and are about $350-400 each. I had the same thing happen once and never did it again(yet). I also have a steering damper.

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