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Old 03-28-2012, 07:18 PM
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rotors are rotors in my opinion. they are all made in china.

i like their picture they have comparing their rotors to "other" rotors. what a crock. i do brakes almost daily at work and we buy all different types of brand brake rotors and have never seen them look like that lol. they look like the callahan brand ones they put up.

but yeah never heard of that brand. maybe do a google search for reviews on them see if theres been any problems
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IMO, brakes and suspension are things you never want to go cheap on!
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Callahan Drill and Slot Disc Brakes Premium Parts


the rotors are based on high performance design but the quality of the steel is an unknown factor here ... they may warp on You .
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Also, if you google Callahan brakes, it's not really a legitimate company that i could find. It's a reference from the movie Tommy boy, to me that's a BIG red flag. Unless you want brakes made based on a Chris Farley movie?

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i thought of chris farley also when i heard that name
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