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    You are not the only one with Brown stained rotors !!!!
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    I am banking on the positive comments here and that I have read previously on this forum. These delivered yesterday. Pads, rotors and calipers. These go on the jeep and if all goes well I plan on installing Powerstop pads on the Vette. The stock Z51 brake dust on the chrome wheels is making me crazy.

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    2016 Blade Silver Z51 Vert with PDR and gray top.

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    I am in the minority and have had the browning but if reviewing most of the threads on the PowerStops Pads most people seem to be pleased so perhaps I and others got a bad batch that caused the browning.

    https://www.stingrayforums.com/forum...ution-fix.html

    https://www.stingrayforums.com/forum...rchid=10456468

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    You are not the only one with Brown stained rotors !!!!

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    I have a 2019 Stingray Z51 7m with polished aluminum wheels. I don’t have significant brake dust problems. If I’m approaching a red light, I frequently downshift and at least half the time, the light changes and I don’t need the brakes. And no, I’ve never worn out a clutch. My point is that slightly modifying driving style can make so-called “dust free” brake pads unnecessary and a waste of money.


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