Pictures of bad things that happen to car bits.
||Left rear rotor. A little worn.||
||Still the left rear. Porterfield R4S pads are not rotor friendly.|
||left inside. Yep, at least a 2.5mm ridge, and that's with the ridge itself worn down by the pad backing.||
||Left outside surface. Another 2.5mm ridge, making the rotor at least 5mm undesize. Porbably more - I didn't measure the actual thickness at the edge.|
||the left inside pad. Yikes!||
||Right side's not nearly so bad.|
||Another 1.5mm. Ouchie!|
||This is apparently what happens when you starve your rotary for oil. Came out of a locked-up engine that blew an oil cooler line.||
||I had to peel the bearing off by cutting it across with an air cut-off wheel, then chisel it away from the journal. Bye-bye e-shaft.|
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