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Date:         Thu, 6 Apr 2000 13:30:23 -0700
Reply-To:     Barry & Sara <sarbar@CRUZIO.COM>
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From:         Barry & Sara <sarbar@CRUZIO.COM>
Subject:      Re: resurfacing/machining brake rotors
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Thank you for your thoughts and concerns re: the resurfaced brake rotors. I see the wisdom in your advice. However, on your website ( you list "Complete brake system repair, machining done in house." What other machining work (besides rotors) is performed in brake system repair. I'm a little confused because you stated in your last post, "The official word from all of these manufactures is to NEVER machine brake rotors ALWAYS replace them. They are thin and are meant to be disposable." Just want to make sure I'm understanding what you said correctly.

Best- Barry Green '91 GL Santa Cruz

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