Brake Rotor Dish
Brake Rotor Dish
Brake Rotor Dish

Brake Rotor Dish

Regular price $500.00
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One night after dinner my friend and I decided to race home to the condo where we both lived. She drove an BMW 2002, clearly no match for my 77’ Targa, especially around corners. But like all tail happy 911s, the back end got away from me and my rear wheel hit a curb. Not sure what hurt worse, hearing that crunch, or losing the race. While tailing a Porsche mechanic around his body shop the next day, I watched him remove the injured wheel, exposing the brake rotor. Coincidentally, he revealed that this specific rotor was actually called a Zimmermann (my last name). After never having paid much attention to this particular car part, to this day I’m still drawn to brake rotors, and always prefer the purely drilled variety. Funny, though, that something capable of bringing one and a half tons of steel chasing triple digit speeds to a screaming halt still can’t stop me from overdosing on M&Ms

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