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What is the minimum rotor thickness for a chrysler 300M 2001

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hi,depends your chassis number,if 210.055 your front disc thickness is 28mm,wear limit was 25.4mm,if 210.004,010,020,035,037 your disc is 25 mm. wear limit is 22.4mm,ty

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Look at the inside of the rotor, in a 2004 it should still be visible. Note that very few shops will machine rotors for less than buying new ones. I find that if you are worried about the thickness just pick up new rotors. If you carry a lot of weight in your pickup you need all the rotor you can get.

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SOURCE: what are the front brake rotor minimum thickness

MINIMUM THICKNESS FOR FRONT BRAKE ROTOR IS. 0.972

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Either a cracked plenum or bad plenum gasket.

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SOURCE: What is the minimum rear brake rotor thickness for

.331 (In thousandths of an inch) If brake rotor measures at or under this
specification, it must be discarded.That's if you have the V6 and 2WD. IF that's not what you have check here

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairinfo/specifications/specificationsMain.jsp?categoryName=BRAKES+%26+TRACTION+CONTROL&childCategoryNameForTitle=Brake+Rotor+Minimal+Machining&appQuestionName=Rear&childCatId=24400232&categoryNameForTitle=Brakes+%26+Traction+Control&appQtext=Rear&categoryNValue=24499999&appQId=4294933443&childCatName=BRAKE+ROTOR+MINIMAL+MACHINING&appIdsArray=#

If that doesn't work got to the autozone website and click repair info then click specification, then brakes and then minimal maching.

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