Brian do you also use their dics/ rotors as well?
I am going to have to find something else beside Raybestos Pro grade rotors.
They both needed to hit the lathe @ 30K miles and the passenger side had a slight warp to it.
Got them to within 10,000th left after turning. For what ever reason the top edge of rotor was out in both of them.
With the new Ideal Semi-metallics they now stop the car well.
The Raybestos rotors & pads were both new and it'* hard to see in photo but they are both a bit chewed up and slightly glazed.
Lets put it this way, the main braking area/surface were smooth as glass to touch, friction not included anymore...really.
Anyways, I did rescue the Raybestos rotors here is what they look now now after turning with new pads back on.
Before I installed the tires again, the inside of the rims were washed with SOS pads & rim cleaner.
Who knew they were actually painted white inside....
Also after 100 miles on highway (bleeding & filling after upper rad hose replacement as well) I re-torqued the lugs then put the center caps back on.