Not sure which 2003 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:
"Great price; easy to install; and excellent performance.
I got 102,000 out of my stock rotors - not bad considering the Tundra's reputation with the front brakes.
I installed the cryo rotors and Hawk Superduty brake pads and love the performance." —Clyde Franklin O from Leesburg, VA bought a StopTech SportStop Cryo Slotted Brake Rotors for a 2003 Toyota Tundra.
"The EBC rotors are quality made and percision machined,a big improvement over the factory rotors.The viboration i had when brakeing,was gone after installing these rotors.When matched with the yellow brake pads the truck stopped with less pressure on the brake peddle and no brake noise.This was my second set of EBC pads and first set of sport rotors very satisfied with my purchase." —Richard W from Oak Ridge, TN bought an EBC Sport Rotors for a 2003 Toyota Tundra.
"I know my truck will STOP on a dime, in my big town as I need it for work etc. Thanks Guys!
Jerry" —Jerry C from Tucson, AZ bought an EBC Sport Rotors for a 2003 Toyota Tundra.
"I installed these on my Tundra with the Hawk HPS brake pads. The combination is a big improvement over the factory setup. The main improvement I attribute to the slotted rotors is greatly improved braking in the rain. Installation was easy, once I got the brake lines disconnected and the calipers removed.
One word of advice though: READ THE INSTRUCTION SHEET. At the bottom is a note instructing you not to perform the break-in procedure until the cadmium plating is worn off (10-20 miles). This conflicts with the brake pad instructions that tell you to perform several hard stops to burnish in the pads. I installed the parts and immediately did the break-in procedure, and the brakes felt HORRIBLE.
I finally saw the note on the rotor instructions, then pulled the pads out and saw they were glazed. This was probably from cramming the cadmium plating into them at high pressure and temperature! So, I broke the glaze with sandpaper and reinstalled the pads, and they have been great ever since." —Jeff G from Friendswood, TX bought a StopTech SportStop Cryo Slotted Brake Rotors for a 2003 Toyota Tundra.