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Old 23 Jan 2007, 02:17 pm
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Default 2003 Honda Accord Break Rotors

I'm looking to replace the front rotors on my '03 Honda Accord. I'm
looking for any advice on a good after market brand of rotors to use.

Thanks,
Lawton

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Old 23 Jan 2007, 04:27 pm
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Default Re: 2003 Honda Accord Break Rotors

"hokie_dawg" <rlawtons@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I'm looking to replace the front rotors on my '03 Honda Accord. I'm
> looking for any advice on a good after market brand of rotors to use.


None. Stick with the OEM brake parts.


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Old 23 Jan 2007, 05:01 pm
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"hokie_dawg" <rlawtons@yahoo.com> wrote in news:1169583422.180536.159740
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> I'm looking to replace the front rotors on my '03 Honda Accord. I'm
> looking for any advice on a good after market brand of rotors to use.
>




Why aftermarket? Because they're cheaper?

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Old 23 Jan 2007, 05:03 pm
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"Seth" <seth_lermanNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in news:IZvth.2$C04.0
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> "hokie_dawg" <rlawtons@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:1169583422.180536.159740@v45g2000cwv.googlegr oups.com...
>> I'm looking to replace the front rotors on my '03 Honda Accord. I'm
>> looking for any advice on a good after market brand of rotors to use.

>
> None. Stick with the OEM brake parts.
>
>
>



Yep. Seen WAY too many problems with aftermarket.

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Old 24 Jan 2007, 11:20 am
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Default Re: 2003 Honda Accord Break Rotors

Is there a reason why you are replacing them? Are you doing it for
looks or are your rotors warped?
If you are going to buy aftermarket, you may want to check tirerack as
they have the base Brembo rotors for $46.00 each. I haven't had any
experience with using them but Acura does use the more expensive
Brembos on their line of cars. Also I think the OEM run about $70 for
each side. Make sure to get new screws that hold the rotor in place
(apply antiseize to the screws) and have an impact driver to remove
the old rusted screws.

Nick


On 23 Jan 2007 12:17:02 -0800, "hokie_dawg" <rlawtons@yahoo.com>
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>I'm looking to replace the front rotors on my '03 Honda Accord. I'm
>looking for any advice on a good after market brand of rotors to use.
>
>Thanks,
>Lawton


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