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AutoShack R41455PR Pair of 2 Front Driver and Passenger Side Dis

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AutoShack R41455PR Pair of 2 Front Driver and Passenger Side Dis

Product description

Bundle Contains:
2 Brake Rotors

Please use Amazon's vehicle fitment tool (located at the top of the listing on desktop, below the images on mobile) to confirm that the parts are correct for your vehicle application. The customer is responsible for paying the shipping costs for returns of this part if the above fitment tool has not been used. Prepaid return shipping labels will not be issued by the seller for this type of error.

Purchased bundles may only be returned as a complete bundle. Partial returns of bundles is not permitted.

Please note: brake rotors should always be replaced in pairs (front or rear). Replacing a single rotor leads to uneven pad wear, steering pull, and can ultimately cause costly damage. This pair (2) of brake rotors is manufactured and distributed by AutoShack.

Six month warranty on all AutoShack parts.

Please note product bundle will ship in multiple packages with separate individual tracking numbers. AutoShack does not provide free return shipping. Return Shipping cost is only covered in the event of an AutoShack error.

AutoShack R41455PR Pair of 2 Front Driver and Passenger Side Dis

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