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Duralast Gold Brake Rotor 73021DGShop All Duralast Gold
Duralast Gold® brake rotors utilize a high carbon formulation to minimize noise and enhance performance. The carbon used in rotors dampens noise and dissipates heat. With Duralast Gold® brake rotors, you get quieter brakes without sacrificing performance. Specifically formulated for the toughest braking applications, Duralast Gold® brake rotors are the best choice for ensuring noise free braking. For best results, always use Duralast Gold® brake pads.
- High-carbon steel to deliver maximum heat dissipation for improved braking performance
- Advanced material to reduce noise
- Higher carbon specification than standard rotors
- Fully coated for superior rust protection
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90 day warranty
Advanced Friction Formulation
Full Z-Clad Zinc Coating
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*Source: Proprietary Consumer study of Automotive
Aftermarket Parts Conducted by The NPD Group, 2019
knowledge is power
Car brakes work by leveraging three main principles of physics: leverage, hydraulics, and friction.
When changing your brake pads, be sure to inspect and replace your rotors and hardware if necessary to ensure optimal braking performance.
If your brakes squeal until you press the pedal down, it may be your wear indicator telling you to change your pads.
COMPLETE THE BRAKE JOB
Replace brake pads and rotors together for longer life and more stopping power.
Older rotors can seriously damage new pads, causing premature noise, vibration and wear.
Replacing brake pads and rotors at the same time is critical for peak braking performance and safety.
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