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Old 10-28-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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Rotors rusted on my sn95

Hey guys I just found out my 95 gt rotors were rusted. I got it about 2 weeks ago and I heard it turning and looked and sure enough it was rusted just on the back right tire. How much will that run me? Thanks just want like a estimate not exact.
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The rotors are about $30 apiece and if you want the pads that's probably another $30 far the rear set.
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Hey guys I just found out my 95 gt rotors were rusted. I got it about 2 weeks ago and I heard it turning and looked and sure enough it was rusted just on the back right tire. How much will that run me? Thanks just want like a estimate not exact.
They are rusty because they are unprotected bare metal and they got wet. It will clean off after driving and stopping a few times. I wouldn't sweat it.
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They are rusty because they are unprotected bare metal and they got wet. It will clean off after driving and stopping a few times. I wouldn't sweat it.
oh alright thanks would it help better if I cleaned it?
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oh alright thanks would it help better if I cleaned it?
It will clean itself off just from driving it & applying the brakes during normal operation. The next time you wash your car, you will see a thin coat of rust appear on the rotors that have gotten wet. Drive it. It is fine. Unless you are having a mechanical issue with the brakes, you should be good.
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