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Old 02-01-2012, 05:21 AM
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Originally Posted by SawdustJ View Post
Hi everyone,

My truck is not a leisure vehicle or the grocery runner, that's what the wife's minivan is for.... My truck gets worked and routinely carries payloads ranging from a couple hundred pounds to a thousand pounds. Perhaps this is one of the reaons I feel the stock brakes aren't cutting it.

Besides the obvious, what's the difference between slotted and drilled rotors? Is one better than the other?

Thanks.
It is mainly for venting and dispersing heat. I wouldnt call one better than the other. You can get drilled rotors, slotted rotors, or drilled AND slotted rotors. I personally dont like drilled rotors because of previous experiences on my mustang where they would get small cracks in between the holes after several good heat cycles. I love the ebc DIMPLED and slotted rotors. I plan on getting some for my ram with some ebc "green stuff" pads when the time comes.
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