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Since I could not find a steal on Zimmermann Rotors, I researched some Sebro rotors and bought them over Balo rotors. I saw many threads with members who loved Pagid break pads, so I purchased them for pads.

I wanted to ask the members, if they heard anything good or bad about Sebro rotors? Are the rotor and pad comibination any good?:-k

Eitherway, I will keep the group inform with the workings of the two.

btw, I purchased all items from BMA Auto Parts | Bumper to Bumper since 1978 | Oem auto parts, vw parts, sachs boge, mercedes benz parts, honda auto parts, saab parts
 

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Quick search over on the Prosche forums, shows that Sebro is actually OE rotors for some of the vehicles. No one has anything bad to say about them. They seem highly reputable just like Zimmermans. They are manufactured from Germany and are coated, not much more you can ask for.
 

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Correction for my previous post, there has been some reports about Sebro rotors coming from China and some coming from Germany. I would check to see where yours are from. I would made that the deciding factor. I personally went with Zimmermans, they are cheaper than OE and they are coated and have great reviews.

BMAparts does have a return policy, but they may charge you restocking fee. You can always call to confirm.

Here are some links.

SEBRO rotors, opinions please.. - Rennlist Discussion Forums
Any feedback or info on Sebro rotors? - 6speedonline.com Forums
 

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Partsgeek dot com. 330mm Zimmerman coated rotors and pagid pads $290 for the setup. Most people also buy the brake wear sensors, but if your careful you can just reuse the old ones.
 

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For the few bucks, just buy and fit new wear sensors.
 

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Partsgeek dot com. 330mm Zimmerman coated rotors and pagid pads $290 for the setup. Most people also buy the brake wear sensors, but if your careful you can just reuse the old ones.
I had to get 350mm for my 18" stock rims otherwise I would have purchased the Zimmermans from the same site. They only offered them in 330mm. Thanks for the wear sensor tip, however I am paying a shop to change the rotors, pads and wheel bearrings for $100. Since I am saving alittle bit on labor, I am just going to buy some new ones wear sensors from autozone for about $14 each.
 

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I had to get 350mm for my 18" stock rims otherwise I would have purchased the Zimmermans from the same site. They only offered them in 330mm. Thanks for the wear sensor tip, however I am paying a shop to change the rotors, pads and wheel bearrings for $100. Since I am saving alittle bit on labor, I am just going to buy some new ones wear sensors from autozone for about $14 each.
I also have 18" rims. As far as I know only the v10's use the 350mm rotors. Which I actually ordered by accident from parts geek. So they do have them. The 350mm and pads were $330
 

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