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After having my front rottors resurfaced they are at 19mm,
which I understand is the Minimum Rotor thickness accordint to the manufacturer,

should I be concerned?

how much do I have left on them before replacement is needed?
 

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I'd suggest just getting new blanks they aren't much more expensive then resurfacing! Also you won't have to be worried about it!
Later,
Jared
 

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It won't cause you any problems, but the rotors cannot be resurfaced any more. If you just installed new front brakes the rotors can be used until you need brakes again. At that point you would need new rotors because the ones in your car would be too thin to resurface.
 

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NorCalGSR on Mar/07/04 said:
It won't cause you any problems, but the rotors cannot be resurfaced any more. If you just installed new front brakes the rotors can be used until you need brakes again. At that point you would need new rotors because the ones in your car would be too thin to resurface.
couldnt of said it any better

good job!
 
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