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if i was to cross drill my front disc brakes would i need to anything else special to my brakes
 

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CROSS-DRILLING??????!!!!!! <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/nono.gif"> a friend of mine works in a machime shop, and tried that- it warped the rotors ,even with the fluid on them, I ordered some and installed some ,premium pads, then I installed some ,anti-seize on the caliper slide pins ,(THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT)..the braking is dramatically improved:in my opinion

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So i should just order new disc's pre drilled instead of messing with the ones on my truck right now.
 

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YES! <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif">

Its alot easier, and in the end will cost about the same. Plus you won't have to worry about warping them when you drill them.

-Chris
 

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I know of a shop that will do the drilling for about $20 a rotor, and no its not some hole-in-the-wall shop. Its an offroad and racing fabrication shop.
 

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Man!!!!!!! thats a great price if it comes with a warranty do it , let us know and we will ship you some to do............thanks
 

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I think I'll let Rawkon test the shop first. My rotors are a tad bit expensive being a 2500 and all. <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_biggrin.gif"> <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_razz.gif">
 
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