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Rear Drilled Slotted Brake Rotors Silver Set of 2 Driver and Passenger Side

86 Units sold

SKU: PR64100DSZPR
List Price: $182.49
Our Price:
$100.27

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Rotor Construction:Solid
Rotor Design:Drilled & Slotted
Brake Rotor Surface Finish:Silver Zinc Plated
Outer Diameter MM:11.85 in / 301 mm
Discard Thickness MM:0.43 in / 11 mm
Nominal Thickness MM:0.47 in / 12 mm
Overall Height MM:2.3 in / 58.5 mm
Wheel Bolt Circle Diameter MM:4.5 in / 114.3 mm
Primary Wheel Bolt Holes:5
Rotor Mounting Hardware Included:No
Brake Rotor Inner Diameter (in):8.15 in / 207 mm
Brake Rotor Center Hole Diameter (in):3.23 in / 82 mm
Brake Rotor Wheel Bolt Hole Diameter:5-13.9
Brake Rotor Material:Steel
Bearing included:No
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MakeModelYear
FordExplorer2002
FordExplorer2003
FordExplorer2004
FordExplorer2005
FordExplorer2006
FordExplorer2007
FordExplorer2008
FordExplorer2009
FordExplorer2010
FordExplorer Sport Trac2007
FordExplorer Sport Trac2008
FordExplorer Sport Trac2009
FordExplorer Sport Trac2010
MercuryMountaineer2002
MercuryMountaineer2003
MercuryMountaineer2004
MercuryMountaineer2005
MercuryMountaineer2006
MercuryMountaineer2007
MercuryMountaineer2008
MercuryMountaineer2009
MercuryMountaineer2010

Drilled and Slotted Disc Brake Rotors


Distributed by AutoShack
  • ISO / IATF 16949 Certified, direct fit and made from high quality materials to meet orginal specifications
  • Cross drilled holes keep brakes cool while slots prevent dirt and debris build-up
  • Anti-rust silver zinc plating prevents corrosion
  • Balanced for smooth and quiet operation
  • Backed by a 6-month warranty.

Disc brake rotors are essential to your vehicle's braking system. Over time, rotors can warp, becoming pitted and thinner from frequent use. Failure to replace a compromised disc brake rotor apparent by the excessive noise and vibration it may cause can lead to a loss in your vehicle's stopping power, putting you at risk.

Brake rotors should always be replaced in pairs (front and rear). This reduces the overall time required to replace two rotors at different times. In most cases, when one rotor fails, the other is close behind.

Please note product bundle will ship in multiple packages with separate individual tracking numbers.

Professional Installation is Highly Recommended.

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