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Originally Posted by DopefishLives View Post
That seems silly. I can see it being expensive as in my mind it'd be more of a bother to do them this way as opposed to just removing them and using a traditional lathe.

What seems silly? Getting them turned on the car instead of off the car? I'd love to be able to get them turned the traditional way, but I don't think that would fix the problem. After replacing the rotors, the pulsations come back in a few weeks. My suspicion is lateral runout, and getting the rotors turned while they're on the car is supposed to fix that. See
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