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Old 09-02-2011, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by spokelizard View Post
I fully agree that standard practice should be replace rotors with the pads, and that the rigid BMW policy is silly.

That being said, if you really feel that strongly about this being a safety issue, I'd suggest just paying for new rotors yourself, and if necessary new pads (again) to bed them properly.

Not worth dancing with the dealer for 3 more months, standing on principle while you have a constant safety concern, then having them win the staring contest and you've got to pay for it anyway.
Told them I would be back in three months. I will take an emery cloth to them 3 days prior and measure them myself.

If they try to reneg at that point I will ask to see them measure them with me standing there. If they refuse I will take to an ASE mechanic have them measure them (if they are 23.40 or lower) and then sue BMWNA and dealership for breach of contract.

I don't like being bs'd and BMW does this kind of thing way too often.
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