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Either rotor would work but a word about brake pads. I always use ORGANIC. I have used metalic and they tend to chew the rotors, Organic will not. My rotors are 20 years old and look new. I replace the organic pads every year or two with Wagner Organic pads. They are as cheap as $21 a end so I can afford to replace them routinely. I do prefer the ones in the $40 range .
 

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I dpn't have a problem with squeaking. I use wagner organic pads about $40 CDN.
I did a test this spring and installed a $22 set on one side and a $40 set on the other side and drove the car for a month.
The car always pulled towards the $40 set so I replaced the $22 set with the $40 set. After a few stops the car stopped straight.
It showed to me that the $40 set had a little more bit then the $22 set. Both were Wagner.
My rotors are old, at least the 14 years I have owned the car and they look like new. I did drill 960 holes in them, turned the inside down trimming 3 pounds per rotor without any problems.
This doesn't do justice to the rotor but it is a shot.
 

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Guys holes way nothing. Throw on in the air and it just stays there.:laughing: :laughing:
Seriously my car has lost at least 50 pounds to holes. The 4 rotors alone lost 12 pounds between the holes and maching out the center, the front vacuum tube lost 19 pounds and it goes on and on.
The overspray red is from painting and fitting the new front bumper.
But this is an example of holes that weight nothing.
 
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