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Old 12-06-2012, 10:04 PM
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Does anyone know what the approximate costs are for each?


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I believe they are around 450 each. 900ish for all 4.


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I believe they are around 450 each. 900ish for all 4.


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Yes, around this price range. Similar to OEM replacement rotor costs.

I've asked Skip at DemonPerformance to look into these for us and see what kind of special pricing he could find.


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How about getting the stock rotors drilled? Think KM did this (&slotted). EDIT: answered self http://www.cherokeesrt8.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=59453

PS- $450ea or $900 for 4??

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How about getting the stock rotors drilled? Think KM did this (&slotted). EDIT: answered self http://www.cherokeesrt8.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=59453

PS- $450ea or $900 for 4??
It's possible to go that route. For non-track DD use it shouldn't be a problem. Cast in holes are better than drilling holes into a blank disc.

$900 for all four, around the same price as buying four new OEM rotors.


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The good thing about drilled and slotted is that you shouldn't have to worry about them ever warping on you. The blanks on the other hand are notorious for warpage.
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I was told by R1 concepts on here NOT to order DRILLED rotors for Jeeps as they are prone to cracking.
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I was told by R1 concepts on here NOT to order DRILLED rotors for Jeeps as they are prone to cracking.
The R1 concept guys know what they are talking about......I have used the R1 dimpled (look pretty like drilled, but not) and slotted rotors for the best part of 100k miles; simply superior in every way to the OE ones.

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I never liked the cross drilled look. I'm more of a slotted guy.
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I would love to have them for looks but im not gonna spend that kinda money on them
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Was thinking of getting my OE discs slotted and dimpled locally. Mate gave positive report (albeit on VW R32). Any thoughts or experiences appreciated. Discs are 1500mi old. Pads stock but looking to aftermarket soon. Cheers
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