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    how to replace brake pads and rotors on ram 1500

    How to Replace Brake Pads and Rotors on Ram 1500

    February 01, 2021, Featured

    Do-It-Yourself steps for changing brake pads and rotors on your Dodge Ram 1500, 2009-2018 models.Read More

    online brake rotor catalog part search by disc size  features  and specification

    Online brake rotor catalog: Part search by disc size, features, and specification

    January 15, 2021,

    Our new search tool allows to reverse search the rotors catalog using the original disc specs and dimensions, confirming the vehicle fitment and providing matching part numbers.Read More

    the 2021 allrotors website and online parts catalog are here

    The 2021 AllRotors Website and Online Parts Catalog are Here

    January 05, 2021,

    Happy New Year everyone! 2020 was tough, pushing us well outside our comfort zones and forcing us to adapt to the new ways. So in the year 2021 we decided to focus on our personalized customer assistance, grow our mobile mechanic services, and further ease your shopping experience at AllRotors.com.Read More

    how to inspect and service a seized brake caliper

    How to inspect and service a seized brake caliper?

    January 01, 2021,

    Sticking or seizing caliper causes uneven wear of your pads and rotors and may significantly reduce your stopping power. A fully seized caliper locks up your pads, quickly causing them to fail and gauge the rotor. This article reviews the symptoms, root causes, and repair options for a failing caliper.Read More

    buying new brake rotors vs  resurfacing of old discs

    Buying New Brake Rotors vs. Resurfacing of Old Discs

    December 15, 2020,

    There are a few things to consider when it comes to servicing your aging brake rotors. Faulty discs may reduce your braking power and make your vehicle shake and vibrate while you are stopping. When this happens, you should inspect both front and rear brakes and find the root cause. If the rotors are at fault, you got the following repair options.Read More