Turned should run you about $20 or so, at any brake shop. If your brakes are still grinding, then it is probably your rear drums. Are you hearing metal to metal screeching?Shonobie said:Nope, they're fine. (I hope)
I just replaced my pads on the front two.
Which would be cheaper? Turned or a new one? I still have to buy my books for this semester.
There are a couple places in fresno that advertize turning rotors while they are still on the vehicle. Call around for prices.luke9-1-1 said:Don't know about the $20...........most places charge extra for having to do 4x4 rotors off the solid axles like this because of having to dis-assemble the hubs. Might be more like $50-$60 a side, unless you take them off on your own & take them in loose.
The only thing they stand if dropped is cracking, and you really have to try to do that.SortaRican said:But I make sure that I watch the employee while he turns them. That's just to make sure that I'm satisfied with them and that they don't drop em or bang em against anything. Rotors stand a good chance of getting warped if dropped.