Originally Posted by kimmer415
The moral here: DON'T BUY CHEAPO ROTORS! .
It took me years to finally come to that same conclusion. In my experiences even the "motorcraft" brake disks from a dealship are hit and miss at times. They are generally good for a year or so... then the de-lamination and warping sets in.
It hurt to spend that much for the ones I'm running now (cryo treated & coated). But between them, making sure the calipars float easily, making sure the hub is clean and square, the rotors runout is checked (and indexed for the least amount), doing a soft torque, and then a final hard torque of the lugnuts... it's now *finally* as smooth as silk on the ranger.