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Duralast Severe Duty Brake Rotor 53005SDShop All Duralast
Part # 53005SD
SKU # 1103153
Price Not Available
Estimated delivery Mar. 5
|Solid Or Vented Type Rotor
|Directional or Non-Directional Brake Surface
|ABS Tone Ring Included
|Mounting Bolt Hole Circle Diameter
|Stud/Lug Hole Quantity
|Bolt Hole Quantity
|Mounting Bolt Hole Quantity
|Center Hole Diameter
|Rust Resistant Coating
Duralast Severe Duty Brake Rotors are built to provide consistent stopping power for heavy vehicles and payloads. The advanced carbon formulation delivers tailored heat resistance for heavy stop-and-go commercial and fleet vehicles. For the best performance, pair with Duralast Severe Duty Brake Pads.
- Advanced carbon formulation with specialized coating improves heat resistance
- OE-equivalent vane and weight specs cool rotors and pads to reduce brake fade
- Built for heavy vehicles and payloads making repeated stops
- Pair with Duralast Severe Duty Brake Pads for best performance
Original equipment (OE) comparison
Truck & towing specific
90 day warranty
Advanced friction formulation
Full z-clad zinc coating
Powder-coated backing plate
*When paired with equivalent Duralast Pads.
*Source: Circana Group, L.P. / Checkout Automotive Tracking, 12 months ending December 2022
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.
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