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Centric Parts 125.62060 - High Carbon Alloy Brake Disc Front Right

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Part #: 125.62060

Centric 125 Series High Carbon Alloy Brake Rotors contain an advanced metallurgy that greatly reduces the possibility of pad squeal especially with higher friction, European style brake pad compounds. Proprietary Molybdenum and Chromium alloys resist rotor cracking during high performance use or repeat stop situations. This alloy also increases the friction couple improving brake performance and stopping power. Increased Chromium and Carbon content is also more resistant to oxidation.

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What made you choose this particular product?
I had no choice...unless I wanted to do more work by doing a rear disc conversion, which was out of the question, since I had already ordered the brake pipe replacements.
What were you trying to accomplish by adding this product?
I just wanted working drum brakes in the rear!
Was it easy install? Any installation tips that will help others?
NO! This was my first time doing drum brakes, and it was A REAL PITA. I had second thoughts on going through with a rear disc conversion in the middle of it all. Be sure to watch tutorials on YouTube, and having the tools shown in some of these videos can be very helpful.
Once you’ve had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
Yes; the brakes actually work! :D
Any additional comments?
These brake shoes, themselves, seem to be perfectly fine.
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What made you choose this particular product?
Centric are my go to no bells and whistles track disc. Blanks like these are the best, and Centric take a beating before needing replacement.
What were you trying to accomplish by adding this product?
Massive abuse
Was it easy install? Any installation tips that will help others?
If you can unbolt a brake caliper, you can change front discs.
Once you’ve had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
Yes
Any additional comments?
Forget slotted, drilled, dimpeled and other types. All the guys setting track records are usually on blanks
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What made you choose this particular product?
This was an inexpensive, quality brake rotor to work with the SRT rear brakes.
View on James's build
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What made you choose this particular product?
Quality and affordable
What were you trying to accomplish by adding this product?
Stock replacement rotors
Was it easy install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Easy install
Once you’ve had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
Yes
Any additional comments?
Brake with confidence
View on Jonathan's build
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What made you choose this particular product?
Quality
What were you trying to accomplish by adding this product?
Replacing my thrashed worn out ball joints with new quality units. Tighten up handling.
Was it easy install? Any installation tips that will help others?
After dealing with removing the control arm, which wasn't all that difficult (just a bit fiddly and awkward), the removal and install was pretty straight forward. Some people say they hammer out the old ball joint and press in the new one with a C clamp. I needed to use a ball joint tool which i happened to have. To about 30 mins each side to press out old one and install new one.
Once you’ve had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
Works as expected.
Any additional comments?
Be sure to reinstall the cone spacer!
View on Ted's build
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