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Chevy Colorado StopTech Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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StopTech Slotted Brake Rotors Reviews


2008 GMC Canyon Z71 pkg 4x2

Reviewed By Jeron D (Phoenix, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Colorado —12/7/2010 3:03 PM

I bought these rotors for my first 2004 Canyon. They were very good for that truck so I bought them again for my 2008 truck. The quality of these rotors is exceptional. They fit my truck perfectly so there was no worries about having to "make it work". Between the rotors and a good set of brake pads, the brakes are significantly better than the stock set up. There is no brake pulsing or warping which I attest to a quality made product. I purchased the Power Slot Slotted Rotors and the Hawk LTS pads and the two are a great combination. They operate quietly and I had to adjust my braking habits because with the same brake pressure I was stopping too soon. That was a good problem to have if you ask me. I would recommend these rotors to anyone. There is a big improvement over OEM brake components.

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StopTech Drilled & Slotted Rotors Reviews


Look Great> Outstanding Quality> Stop Great ! WISH YOU HAD REARS

Reviewed By Bob H (Meridian, ID) —3/3/2015 12:19 PM

Highly recommended with Great Looks and Quality

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StopTech Drilled Brake Rotors Reviews


Nice rotors for 2010 G37...

Reviewed By Michael B (Concord, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Infiniti G37 —3/3/2015 7:08 AM

Replaced front/rear rotors. REALLY liked that the e-coat goes up to the wear line on the front rotors. This will avoid that 3/4 inch unsightly rust ring where the pads don't make contact with the rotors. Beware though, the e-coat will wipe off if you take brake rotor cleaner to it. Apply with a rag and don't hit the e-coat. These look really nice as well, not to aggressive a drill pattern, just enough to give it that sport look upgrade compared to the stock rotors.

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