Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 21:55:08 +0000 (UTC)
From: "unknown soldier" <>
Subject: Re: Rusty discs

"'nuther Bob" <> wrote in message news:pvhlhvor8hk0gjqf08pm6sak8um0l9cdodnopsamcom... > On Sun, 20 Jul 2003 16:57:59 +0100, MeatballTurbo > <> wrote: > > >Surface coatings of rust can form overnight on a wet period/humid > >period. Normally scrapes off. > > I agree. Drive somewhere and use the brakes normally. The rust should > disappear after a few good stops. If the surface is shiny and there > are still visible rust pits, I'd think that was not great - but I > still would not change them unless there were brake problems such as > other poster's outlined. > > Bob Can't argue with that, I've had the same problem which was far worse when I lived by the coast. After a few miles of normal driving & braking, the rust couldn't be seen, but would come back after a day or so. If your braking is good, I wouldn't worry about it, hth us:-)

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