When it comes to making brake rotors, there’s a lot that goes into testing them to ensure the internal structure, metallurgy and performance of the rotor is in good working order. One aftermarket rotor testing procedure can help ensure that the brake rotor is in tip-top shape. That procedure is titled the J2928 Brake Rotor
The rotors surpass ECE-R90 standards and are offered in applications to fit a range of vehicle models and requirements.
Andrew Markel discusses brake jobs, and how there is no excuse for not replacing the brake hardware every time (Sponsored by Carlson).
Andrew Markel discusses coated rotors and how cleaning them may not be necessary before installation.