Reviewed By Eugene S (BRONX, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tundra —9/4/2013 11:08 AM
At this time with only 300 hundred miles, they are great.
Reviewed By Mike L (Mills River, NC) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tundra —8/3/2010 5:34 AM
I purchased these cross drill rotors because of horrible shaking of my front brakes. I also purchase a set of ceramic brake pads to go along. The Tundra front brake are a breeze to remove. No major tools needed. The calipers come off with a basic socket set. The new slotted rotors looked pretty tough. Still not sure how the slotted and drilled would perform over stock items. Installed them and took them for a ride. I have been real easy on them in the beginning. Did not want to overheat the pads and rotors. I live in the mountains and travel downhill for 2 miles. This puts a lot of wear going up and down everyday. Plus regular driving in mtns I have to do. I noticed they stop on dime. No fade or noise. They feel really solid. Like the idea these will keep cooler under tough braking. We will see how they perform over the next months. Happy so far. Thanks, Mike