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Re: Sanding brake discs
As long as the pads mate and line-up with the disc correctly, then they should erode any corrosion after a few stops.
I can understand that a roughened and unstable corroded surface may end-up giving a brake performance which is a bit unpredictable and 'snatchy' as a result.
If you are going down the grinding & milling route, you really would need a lathe to ensure it's all correct.
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