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How much does it cost to replace brake rotors and resurface?
Last Updated: 21st June, 2020
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Similarly, it is asked, is it cheaper to replace or resurface rotors?
Replacing Brake Rotors In some cases, replacing a brake rotor is cheaper than getting it resurfaced, especially if you are a DIY mechanic. Resurfacing at home can cost you a lot of money, so you are better off making a replacement rather than resurfacing. To your good luck, new rotors are very easy to install.
Similarly, how much does it cost to fix warped brake rotors? The price of fixing warped rotors really depends on how warped they are. Going into a mechanics with an estimation of around $200 is a pretty reasonable deal. However, after this fix-up, chances are you won't have to worry about your rotors for a long time.
Beside above, is it better to resurface or replace rotors?
Resurfacing Issues Resurfacing a rotor obviously removes metal, making the rotor thinner and reducing its remaining service life. Because of this, some consumers as well as some vehicle manufacturers say rotors should not be resurfaced every time the pads are replaced (unless the rotors are badly grooved or uneven).
How long do rotors last on average?
The rotors on a vehicle can last anywhere from 30,000 to 70,000 miles and sometimes more. A licensed mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, can evaluate the rotors and advise you on their status; they may not need to be changed as often as the brake pads. Like brake pads, they should be replaced in pairs.