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Old 11-01-2015, 01:08 PM   #1
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Where can I get some good and economical front and rear brake rotors? My right side front has a loose Rivet and rattles too much,really looking to replace both fronts and rear along with new pads to get me going. The rear is slightly scard and pads low. I've seen eBay cheap ones but don't know of quality. From the bigger names out there I seem to be seeing ebc being the most cost effective. Don't wanna cheap out on something I use every time. Thanks again for the help guys.
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Maybe find a used oem rotor on eBay or look through the parts forum and see if somebody has what your looking for
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Old 11-01-2015, 07:11 PM   #3
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You can tighten the rivets up pretty easy with a couple ball pien hammers.
Otherwise get some low mile stockers or anty up for the Bling ones.
Simplest thing to do on Ebay is look thru the feedback, and even contact previous buyers to get their thoughts.
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Hmm never thought bout 2 hammers
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Hmm never thought bout 2 hammers
Ball piens work best; use the ball ends, one on one side for backup, one on other side to lightly tap the rivet tighter. Easiest with the rotor off the bike.
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I bought new import rotors off of ebay. $125 shipped. They have held up great, riding like a hooligan, with sintered pads, for over 6000 miles. Got them from MCMOTOPARTS. I ordered them on Monday and recieved them by DHL air by wednesday.
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I'll look them up
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