Reviewed By Thomas P (Concord, NC) Reviewed for a 2000 Chrysler Sebring —1/15/2008 3:07 AM
I have had my new Rptors and pads installed for about a week now. They are a bit noisy but perform VERY well
Reviewed By SongBing D (Rialto, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Chrysler Sebring —2/15/2010 9:09 PM
It's good in general, still having noise when brake, don't know exactly what's happening. The only thing I don't like is for my front wheel drive car, only 1 of 4 pads is having the reed for worn alert.... But that's no big deal...
Reviewed By David S (Mentor, OH) Reviewed for a 2004 Chrysler Sebring —7/13/2008 7:01 AM
The rotors are well made and fit perfectly on the wheel hub. Installation was simple the only complaint I have is the replacement pads that we bought with the rotors didn't have an install kit which is needed and had to be bought at the local NAPA parts store. Chrysler uses some cheap springs to hold the pads in place that need to be replaced when the pads are changed. The rotors after a short breakin period are absolutly quiet and true. There is no noise or other effects generated by the slots in the rotors, which I was a little concerned about when we bought them. I plan to replace the rear rotors when necessary with a set of these as well. Stopping power is also better than the factory OEM equipment. The warranty period is a little short at six months or 5,000 miles , but hopefully I don't think we will be needing the warranty .