Step on your brake pedal. You already know what happens. Your brake calipers apply force to your brake pads. This generates friction, and that friction creates heat. A brake system that can't scatter this heat wears out a lot more quickly and easily. That's where your original BMW brake rotors come in. They stave off premature brake wear by dispersing that heat. Which brake rotors work best for BMW, however, depends on its body style. There are four types to choose from, ranging from blank & smooth and drilled to slotted and drilled & slotted. Most of its cars use one of the first three. The last is the ultimate in dispelling heat; most of its sports cars and performance vehicles use them. When your factory BMW brake rotors wear out or fail, though, you'll need to replace them. Do that approximately every 70,000 miles. You can also look for the symptoms of brake rotor problems. They range from surface damage and wobbly brakes to weird noises during braking. Ensure that you change brake rotors in pairs, however; it'll make sure you continue to stop evenly. When it's time to order new brake rotors online, buy OEM for best results: BMW brake rotors are the most dependable, as they're made to work with your model specifically. Browse our wide selection and get your set today!
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