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I have a set of virtually new (like 500 miles) rear brake rotors for a 1g AWD. I painted to rotor hats to reduce rust and the faces are bright and smooth. They have been kept in my garage, but there is some minor surface rust on the outside edges.

I had these listed locally because I didn't want to ship but I'll make them available here since there doesn't seem to be much interest locally. $45 shipped!

Pics can be made available upon request. Lord knows the first post will be "pics?".:rolleyes:
 

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Re: Virtually new 1g rear rotors

Wow not even 1 reply. I'm surprised because with our cars being as old as they are, I'm surprised that someone doesn't want full thickness rear rotors.

Foot and toes are not for sale.:D

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Re: Virtually new 1g rear rotors

Steve, Do these rotors use the internal drum parking brake and vented? If they do, they fit the early 2g vented setup. That would increase your chance of sale since they are hard to come by.
 

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Re: Virtually new 1g rear rotors

Yeah, yeah they are! That's the ticket!! <---Lie





No they're not. They're standard 1g solid rear rotors which use the caliper as the e-brake. 1g and 2g e-brake systems are completely different. Thanks for asking though K-man.

I will add that I didn't clean them up one bit. They've been sitting in my garage for about a year and only have some very minor surface rust on the non-pad surfaces.
 
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