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Old 02-15-2022, 09:21 AM #16
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Still tad old school and would prefer rotors cut or just change the pads if no issues. I had my brake pads changed at about 52k all around at about $130 per axle from the dealer. So far no issues with pulsating but next brake change Ill do the rotors as well.
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i've done just the pads in the past. by the time i'm done with my 2nd brake pads, the rotors were in really bad shape. i thought, i should have done the rotors the first time. lol!


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Rear shoes are what's needed. So i guess that's odd they went first? They didn't mention caliper pistons being rusted. But they did mention some rust hindering exact MM remaining.

I want reliable brakes. But again I have never replaced rotors on the first change and never had an issue. Is this truly bad not to replace the rotors on the first change over with a 4Runner because its a larger vehicle?
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Checked by my friend and he said they are closer to half way than 4mm. He doesn't even think they looked at them. lol

Said to come back in 10-20k. Ill probably just do everything at that point.

Cant wait to go back to the dealer and they say I need to do breaks because they are at 4mm again. lol
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