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AMC AMX Javelin Scrambler Machine Front Disc Rotor + Spindle Original Bendix

Disc Brake Rotor and Hub Assembly 1977 or 1978 Gremlin 4 CY or 1978 Concord 4 Cy

AMC AMX Javelin Scrambler Machine Front Disc Rotor Nice Original Bendix 4 Piston

ACCEL Distributor Cap Rotor FORD AMC JEEP 258 250 200

Delco Remy HEI Rotor D433 B BRAND NEW GM V6 V8 American Motors L4 Jeep Buick

Summit Cap and Rotor Maroon Female/Socket Brass Terminals Clamp-Down AMC GM V8


At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of AMC rotors to ensure that you have every brake rotor option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of AMC rotors, so that whether you are looking for slotted AMC rotors or cross-drilled brake rotors or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your AMC brake rotor needs!


If your vehicle is in need of brakes, installing new brake rotors is a good idea and will give you greater stopping power and less brake fade. Shorter stopping distances and better cooling are just a couple of the benefits of replacing your rotors, not to mention the sporty look of drilled or slotted rotors peeking from behind your wheel spokes. When you're replacing your brake pads, consider going with new rotors as well in order to maximize your braking potential.
Although performance brake rotors have become popular over the past few years, there are some considerations to make before choosing which ones to install. Cross-drilled rotors are an excellent choice for street-driven vehicles, as they dissipate heat quickly and keep the rotor surface clean. However, using cross-drilled rotors in extreme racing conditions can cause cracking, which is why slotted rotors have become the preferred choice for track use. If you're considering slotted rotors for the street, they may be a good bet so long as you don't mind changing your brake pads more often. We also offer rotors that are drilled and slotted, which is another good option for the street.
Q: How do you install rotors?
A: Rotors are installed by removing the entire brake assembly and caliper. Once removed, the factory rotor is taken off and the aftermarket rotor is installed. Everything is re-installed back together. Installing new brake pads is usually done at the same time rotors are being replaced.

Q: Do rotors come in sets of 4?
A: Rotors are sold individually, per side, unless otherwise noted on our website. Rotors should normally be replaced in sets of two; you should buy 2 rotors for the front, or 2 rotors for the rear, or all 4 at once.

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