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jmigliaro

2011 Cayenne S Front Rotor Replacement

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I need some help with this.  I wanted to replace all 4 corners with EBC pads and rotors but what I found out is my car has 360mm rotors.  There is a large selection of 350mm and 380mm rotors but the 360mm rotors are hard to come by in a aftermarket performance series brake rotor.

 

Does anyone have any experience with this and what products did they wind up purchasing.

 

Thank in advance for any suggestions

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