Reviewed By Chris L (Dalton, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-150 —5/23/2016 4:49 AM
These rotors are better than the Ford rotors. Better stopping power when pulling a trailer and they are cheaper than the factory parts. I would buy them again.
Reviewed By Karl G (Yorktown, VA) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Yukon XL —5/19/2016 8:53 PM
They look nice. I put the sport rotor and yellow pads on my yukon 4wd for fun. The existing brakes worked fine, but I wanted to mix things up a little. Not hard to install (no clips though). The first 2 miles.... grinding, crunching, squealing, but then the black finish was suddenly gone and they sounded smooth. You can hear the windy-sound of them. They work as good as the originals, but I have not tested them (the instructions call for a 1000 mile break-in period. What's that all about?)
Reviewed By Nouman P (Morton Grove, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Infiniti G35 —5/19/2016 8:44 PM
These will need a proper brake in for the first 200-500 miles, but after that they bite pretty good. I installed with the original pads. The black paint will come off from the areas that come in contact with the pads.