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post #1 of 2 Old 05-12-2008, 03:23 AM Thread Starter
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rotor thickness?

2k QC 4x4. 110k miles. not sure if the rotors are original or not. is .89 the minimum? the pads are about 1/8" thick and i have an occasional squeak tied to the wheel speed. i jacked up 1 wheel and it took a bit of effort to turn the wheel. is a lot of drag normal? i know its hard to define drag but it seems kinda tight. what is new stock thickness?

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Rotors are cheap, just replace them. They can be pretty prone to warping already, not worth turning them just to have them warp and be replaced anyway.

4x4 will take a bit of effort to turn since you're turning the whole driveline over...
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