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I've searched and searched,found many blog or posts mentioned there are many benefits of drilled and slotted rotors.
Are they better than OEM rotors ?
Which type of brake rotors do you choose and any good experience ?
Thanks
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I've put slotted rotors on a few of my 4wd's and the difference over oem was substantial.
If you are putting them on a 4wd don't put drilled as they will warp too easily.

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I had slotted discs on an F350 crew cab and they defineitly make a difference, particularly in rain. As mentioned above, I would recommend the slotted.

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FWIW, I would put drilled and slotted rotors on my lawnmower if it had rotors, the braking performance with no "brake shake" is great, have had them on my 2000 F250 SD 4x4 7.3 6 spd for 200K+ miles and it tows a 12k gooseneck for 70% of it's 346K miles accrued. Every one of my vehicles has D/S rotors installed, ceramic pads for my Sequoia and Ranchero, Performance Friction on my SD's.
 
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