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1988 GMC C/K 1500 Brake Rotors

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Reviewed By mike d (Discovery Bay, CA) Reviewed for a 1996 GMC C/K 1500 —7/28/2009 9:06 AM

Exact replacements for my truck's stock rotors, form and fit. I've had them on for 1K miles and just got back from the lake. Towing my 5K Lb. boat and camping gear on Hwy. 80 from Tahoe no fade and excellent stopping power on the hills. I usually drive 65-70 and would consider this a good workout. With my stock rotors/pads (semi metalic) I would usually start to notice the brakes starting to fade after the first 50 miles or so of the downhill run. I have to say I didn't notice any of the brake "noise" associated with drilled or slotted rotors. Can't beat the price/performance ratio.... Mike Discovery Bay Ca.

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Reviewed By Steve O (Porter, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Mustang —1/29/2015 11:24 AM

I just put these Bear Decela sport rotors on today and the appearance is outstanding. I used Hawk break pads with these rotors and the performance is incredible. There is a huge difference! They are a little pricey but you get what you pay for. I put this on a 2011 Shelby GT500

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Reviewed By S (Fort Worth, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 BMW 6-Series —1/28/2015 9:19 PM

Unfortunately following installation the right wheel on my 645ci decided to take a different direction than that which i was turning. According to the repair shop the bolts stripped out of the rotor. Now I don't know if I didn't have the bolts torked in all the way as I thought I did or not. But the wheel staid on for 6.5 miles with the noise of the pads getting seated. The question yet to be answered is: did the threads in the rotor fail, or what? Tore up the right fender, trashed the sway bar

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