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eBay . . . . . for everything. If the seller won't tell you the remaining thickness - screw it, move on. People sell under spec stuff on there all the time.



At least the rears are cheaper than the fronts, for some reason. Happy sniping. :)
 

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Thank you for the info! I am on Ebay almost 24/7, I ask questions several different ways before buying, some of the sellers will tell you anything but the correct time of day and the truth regardless of their ratings.
 

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yes, ebay. And, after you get them, get another set cheap for spares.

Some say a machine shop or clutch shop would turn them down.Some said thatO'Rielley's would turn clutch flywheel plates and MC rotors, but my local shop will not do MC rotors.
 

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I too use eBay after paying $200 each for new EBC rotors.
Last rotor I got was $35.
If I can't see that it is perfectly flat and unworn, then I skip it. I have enough worn out and cupped rotors already.
 
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