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is it no longer "standard" to turn rotors and drums when replacing pads and shoes?!?!

sure it might be "ok" but for $12 a rotor, why would you not want to get them turned? it takes out any warp they may have developed, it removes any hard/glazed spots created from any panic stops, and pretty much turns your old used rotor into a fresh new one, and gives you a nice flat, straight and true surface for your new pads/shoes to marry themselves to.

when they turn the rotors, they only remove a few thousandths of material off each side, and the rotors are typically thick enough to have them turned 2 or 3 times before they get too thin and need replaced.
 
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