Authentic EBC Brakes Rotors:
03-06 Chevy Avalanche - 8.1 (2500)
2004 Chevy Silverado 1500 (2WD) - Ext Cab HD 4.8 Rear Hub Hole 92mm Hat High
2004 Chevy Silverado 1500 (4WD) - Ext Cab HD 4.8 Rear Hub Hole 92mm Hat High
04-Up Chevy Silverado 3500 (2WD) - SRW
10-Up GMC Savana G2500 - 6.6TD
03-Up GMC Savana G3500 - SRW/DRW
99-00 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - 6.0 5Speed
01-02 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - Manual Exc. HD
01-02 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - Heavy Duty
2003 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - Manual Exc. HD
2003 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - Heavy Duty
2004 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - Manual Exc. HD
2004 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - HD 2WS
2005 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - Exc. HD
2005 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - Heavy Duty
2006 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - All models
07-10 GMC Sierra 2500 3/4Ton - All models
06-10 GMC Sierra 3500 1Ton - SRW All models
* Brand new in the box, 100% authentic EBC products.
* This set will only come complete Left and Right only (2 Rotor).
* Manufactured in UK or USA from high quality grey iron.
* Stock replacement drilled and slotted sport rotors with dimpled hole
construction to prevent rotor cracks.
* Not actual picture*
EBC Brakes Rotors:
Choose from EBC plain non drilled rotors or sport rotors in two choices - wide aperture 3GD series for cooler running or new SUPER SILENT Ultimax USR slotted series. On a global scale Most EBC rotors are made from British castings and 100% of these are precision machined in either the UK or the USA. EBC Brakes has 14 machining centres in these two countries to manufacture these precision parts. Rotors are made from high quality grey iron to exacting standards and undergo extensive testing and rigorous quality control and are then precision machined to your chosen slot or dimple pattern.
The dimple drilled rotor was invented by EBC back in the 90's and has been imitated by many because of its ability to offer pad degassing without ""Through Drilling"" disc or rotor holes which has been shown to promote rotor cracks.
The wide aperture slots on the EBC units actually draw cool air under the brake
pad and rotor interface and help cool the temperatures of the pad contact which
can shoot up to well over 1000 degrees at the very heart of the brake pad during
heavy braking and can cause brake fade or loss of brake effect.