|Place of Origin:||china|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Price:||Factory direct price|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 work days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union，paypal|
|Product Name:||OEM Brake Discs||Bell Color:||Sliver|
|Rotor Size:||334*30mm||Center Bell Material:||6061 Aluminum|
|Rotor Material:||Metal||Fit Wheel:||18 Inch|
|Application:||OEM Brake Caliper||Disc Design:||J Hook|
Metal Rotor J Hook Disc,
Lexus GS350 J Hook Disc,
Brake Caliper J Hook Disc
OEM Brake Disc 334*30mm For Lexus GS350 Front Standard Brake Caliper
How Do I Know It’s Time To Change My Rotors?
Only a professional mechanic should answer this question for you. Because of the harsh treatment they receive every drive, their construction is one of the most durable parts of your car. Unfortunately, there is no firm timetable on how long they will last. It would be best if you had your brakes checked every six months. At Ike Honda, we recommend you inspect your brakes whenever you rotate your tires but are happy to do so upon request.
How Can I Protect My Rotors?
Changing your driving habits is the simplest way to protect your rotors and extend their life. Having your brakes inspected regularly will help too. One of the biggest reasons brake rotors become damaged happens when you fail to replace worn brake pads.
Brake pads are frictional material attached to a metal plate. Your pads wear down with use as designed. Too much wear can expose the metal beneath, which results in grinding or squealing sound. If you hear either of those sounds, you’ve waited too long. Bring your vehicle into Ike Honda, and our factory-trained mechanics will inspect your brake system and advise you how to correct the situation.
If you do need to replace your rotors, you should always replace them in pairs. You might be surprised to know that your rotors don’t always need replacing when they become damaged. Sometimes, resurfacing your rotors will work, but only if the damage is limited to the surface and your rotors’ thickness remains at a safe level.
Resurfacing your rotors involves grinding them down until they are smooth and even again. Small areas or shallow grooves in your rotors can be resurfaced safely. If they are warped or cracked, they will need to be replaced. Deep grooves will often result in replacing the rotors, even if you have the depth to grind them down. The manufacturer recommends a minimum thickness for safe operation, and grinding them thinner isn’t safe. Excessive rust might also require new rotors. At Ike Honda, our expert technicians will assess your brake rotors and pads and recommend the appropriate course of action.
Your brake system contains a lot more than just pads and rotors and should be inspected regularly to maintain proper safety. At Ike Honda, we know how important your safety is to you, which is why we provide you with a free multi-point inspection every time you bring your vehicle in for automotive service, no matter how small. You can schedule service online or give us a call and speak to one of our technicians.
Our friendly, knowledgeable technicians will go over all your vehicle’s systems, including your brakes, to make sure everything is working correctly. If they find anything wrong or in need of attention, you’ll receive a detailed estimate and explanation of the repair process. In most cases, repairs can be done immediately, and we’ll have you back to your busy life in no time.
|Car Model||Lexus GS350|