As far as I know they weren't. The issue was Dodge's inability to understand that when I said "I can hear a pop or something as I start to press the brake pedal and feel the pop" I wasn't saying "the brakes are pulsating." So now when I go back again for the other issue (creaking in the front suspension) I could say "yes I had the rotors turned when I did my pads" and then can't look and give me a hard time for lying. I just need to make a video tape of the creaking so I can say "well now I've proved to you it happens so figure out what you have to do to make it go away."Boodyrider said:But I lean towards new ones on general principle, unless very lightly worn. really don't cost all thet much.
Also, figure out why they got grooved/warped/otherwise messed up.