Infiniti G35 Brake Rotor

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Infiniti G35 Brake Rotor

Your Infiniti G35 coupe is one of the highest-ranked mid-sized vehicles in its class. Equip it with AutoZone's performance Infiniti G35 brake rotors and transform your ride's appeal, reputation and stopping capabilities for many miles to come.

Quality performance brake rotors have a longer lifespan and reduce the chance of vibration when braking. They're balanced and created more precisely in order to dissipate heat in an effective manner. AutoZone has the Kia Sedona brake rotors you need for your minivan, plus a team of helpful staff filled with trustworthy advice to answer any potential questions you have when you visit your local store.

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Purchase brake cleaner..

Vinny_Blanco

in 4 months

Product was fine, just do yourself a favor and clean from oils, with brake cleaner.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Infiniti G35

Product was fine, just do yourself a favor and clean from oils, with brake cleaner.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Infiniti G35

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Not sure Gold is worth it?

John

in 5 days

The coating is a great concept, but it does not seem to make much difference after 6 months to a year. I see they are including a pamphlet with the rotors now - informing that the coating will be immediately removed by the pads, and there may be some initial noise/smell. Surprised this pamphlet does not instruct to NOT use brake cleaner - as it will soften the coating and cause it to gunk up the pads/hardware/caliper when initially rubbed off by pads. ** DO NOT USE BRAKE CLEANER ON THESE ROTORS All in all, I suppose I will stick with the Gold rotors. I sure do wish the coating would hold up!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Infiniti G35x

The coating is a great concept, but it does not seem to make much difference after 6 months to a year. I see they are including a pamphlet with the rotors now - informing that the coating will be immediately removed by the pads, and there may be some initial noise/smell. Surprised this pamphlet does not instruct to NOT use brake cleaner - as it will soften the coating and cause it to gunk up the pads/hardware/caliper when initially rubbed off by pads. ** DO NOT USE BRAKE CLEANER ON THESE ROTORS All in all, I suppose I will stick with the Gold rotors. I sure do wish the coating would hold up!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Infiniti G35x