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      08-05-2013, 11:20 PM   #1
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Pair of front rotors came off a 2010 E92 M3... The car had 25,000 miles when these came off. Rotors are in great condition and have good life left. I've updated this thread due to selling calipers and rear rotors. Pictures show thickness and condition in depth. Rear rotors and calipers are already sold. Looking to get $300.00 shipped for front rotors anywhere in the U.S. Now for the pics...







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      08-05-2013, 11:24 PM   #2
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what caused that gouging in the one rotor?
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what caused that gouging in the one rotor?
I'm assuming the owner took it to a shop that didn't use the right tools. They must have beat on the rotor with a regular hammer instead of a rubber mallet... The owner doesn't know anything about cars so he didn't even notice until I said something when we put the bbk on... It's hard to find a shop that will do decent work at a decent price these days. Few left that actually take pride in their work.
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Price for rear rotors?
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everyone pm'ed...


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Do you have the thickness of the fronts and is that gouged one a front rotor?
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Do you have the thickness of the fronts and is that gouged one a front rotor?
Gouging was on a rear rotor and thickness is somewhere between 29.5 and 30mm...

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Thanks. You actually need calipers to measure the thickness on the face - what you show is the full thickness when new (pads don't sweep out to the edge.)
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Thanks. You actually need calipers to measure the thickness on the face - what you show is the full thickness when new (pads don't sweep out to the edge.)
+1. At least one of those cheapy plastic ones. Best it have points to clamp down on the face at various spots to get the full picture.
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Thanks. You actually need calipers to measure the thickness on the face - what you show is the full thickness when new (pads don't sweep out to the edge.)
Sorry guys, couldn't find my caliper earlier... But the rotors don't have much wear at all. Other measurement was pretty close. Added closeup of rotor to show the wear also.



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Bump it up!!! Need these sold ASAP!
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