Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Kansas City, MO
I've never seen one get rusty. I thought they were made with galvanized metal so they don't rust. Who knows?
Anyway, I wouldn't replace it unless there is some specific problem with it. As long as it holds oil and isn't leaking horribly, I wouldn't jack with it. It can be a bit of a pain and somewhat costly.
What year is it and how many miles does it have? If it has less than 100k you can probably just have the rotors turned for $20 each and get some new pads. If you can do it yourself, it would probably be less than $100 total for the brakes. My 94 has about 68k on the stock rotors and pads, although they're about due for some work.
I don't know if you have a Midas around, but they offer (or used to) a lifetime warranty on their mufflers. A friend of mine has had his replaced 5 times due to rocks tearing holes in them, all free of charge.
Good luck with your purchase!
Turbocharged 4.0, 35" Kevlars, 33 spline Detroit D44, 4.88s, heavy foot.
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