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    AllRotors is a Toronto-based online auto parts retailer specializing in braking pads & rotors. Our business model is focused on high-performance lean logistics and uncompromising personalized service. We are happy to offer robust premium-quality parts at wholesale prices, having local Canadian inventory for pickup or express delivery across North America. If you lose - we lose, and with that in mind, we are working hard on creating a fantastic buying experience for our new and return customers.

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    what happens if you drive on bad rotors and how to spot the problem before it gets worse

    What Happens If You Drive on Bad Rotors and How to Spot the Problem Before It Gets Worse

    Your car's brakes are one of the most critical safety components. Among the key elements of your braking system are the rotors. Rotors play a pivotal role in helping your vehicle come to a halt smoothly and efficiently.

    is it worth to upgrade drum brakes to disc brakes

    Is it worth to upgrade drum brakes to disc brakes?

    Upgrading drum brakes to disc brakes can be a worthwhile investment in certain circumstances, but whether it's worth it depends on various factors including your driving habits, the vehicle's intended use, and your budget. Here are some points to consider:

    example of how to measure the thickness of the rotor and check if you need to replace it

    Example of how to measure the thickness of the rotor and check if you need to replace it

    When it comes to measuring the thickness of your brake rotors and determining whether it's time for a replacement, the process is relatively simple and can be done without removing the rotor itself. Most modern cars allow you to access the rotors without taking off the tire, although in some cases, depending on the type of rims you have, tire removal may be necessary to gain full access.


    We stand behind our products so everything you buy from us is covered by an extended warranty, and unlike the majority of retailers, we resolve all warranty claims ourselves without involving third parties.

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    Use our search tool to find your parts. We always call our customers to confirm the right fit prior to shipping or pickup, so you can order with confidence.

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    We ship via FedEx and UPS, with an estimated 3-day delivery in Canada and 5-day in the US. Local pickup is also available for online orders from our distribution center in Toronto.

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