Not sure which 2002 Toyota Tundra Brake Rotors are right for you? We have over 2462 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Still breaking in period on the 2002 Tundra rotors
but big improvement so far so good. Went all out to
avoid rotor overheating. Drilled out backing plates, removed plastic air damns in front of air path to rotors
and added EBC slotted rotors plus semi metallic brakes
flushed out Entire system, adjusted rear breaks and
is enjoyable to drive and..... stop again!" —Paul M from Carlsbad, CA bought an EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors for a 2002 Toyota Tundra.
"I purchased these rotors to fix the "shaky brake" syndrome that seems to plague many earlier model Toyota Tundras. I have only had them on for two days, but going from total frustration with warped, vibrating factory rotors to smooth powerful brakes is such a relief I am still in shock! I watched the mechanic change out the rotors and was very pleased at how well the new ones slipped into place and my wheels mounted right back up with no problems. These are some powerful brakes, combined with some new Hawk high performance brake pads I think this will do the trick. Here's hoping that the "jinx" that has followed many Tundra owners with the same problem will be forever gone and I can enjoy driving worry-free once again. The Cyro rotors are expensive, but if they hold out they are well worth the money in my book." —David H from Ripley, MS bought a StopTech SportStop Cryo Slotted Brake Rotors for a 2002 Toyota Tundra.
"I ordered the rotors online and received them in about four days. They look and work great. Definitely worth the money." —Garret M from Laguna Hills, CA bought a StopTech SportStop Slotted Brake Rotors for a 2002 Toyota Tundra.
"I drive a 2002 toyota tundra v8 4wd with the small calipers and encountered warping in the rotors. I purchased the brembo slotted sport rotors and the hawk hps pads and am happy to report a huge inprovement, maybe not stop on a dime but pretty darn close. I have only put about 200 miles on them so Im pretty sure they still have a bit more breaking in to do, but very pleased so far." —Ken N from Lake Ridge, VA bought a Brembo Sport Slotted Rotors for a 2002 Toyota Tundra.