Question about 2004 Volkswagen R32
Sounds heavy to me. But what do you NEED? Some guys think that you have to replace the calipers and rotors every time. I prefer to replace what is needed. Meaning NOT calipers, unless they are leaking or sticking.
I do, however, often replace rotors, as it is slightly more than resurfacing rotors, but you get new, full material with new rotor. Heat dissipates best with more metal, so less fade, less pulsating..
Most of the time you just need brake pads, consider getting another shop, to inspect and report what you need.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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