Assuming you're talking about the ones at crappy tire, in which case they're known to be fairly good rotors. Never had any personal experience with them, but a friend of mine had them and loved it.Has anyone tried these.
Willing to pay the price for pulsation free braking.
Does your Monroe rotors actually say Monroe on the box?UPDATE.
I installed Wagner Thermoquiets and Monroe rotors from Canadian Tire. These are smooth, quiet and have one minor advantage over my old brakes.
You know that slight rub sound your feet make in the tub. My old brake would do that just before the car came to a complete stop. The new brakes don't do that.
Anyways, I'd recommend the Monroes to anyone with rotor problems. They are quality rotors and priced between garbage and expensive stuff like Wagner premiums or racing rotors.
Ok, that makes me feel safer.The box is already gone to the recyclers. I do not remember Wagner on the box. If I recall correctly it was a pretty plain white box.