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Old 02-23-2010, 05:49 PM   #1
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Hello Everyone,

Since Frozen Rotors is a new site sponsor, we would like to offer a discount to the F150forum.com members. We have two discounts available, 10% off if you order two brake rotors and one set of brake pads and 15% off if you order four brake rotors and two sets of brake pads. You can call in your order or place it online. When ordering online enter in the promo code at the bottom of the shopping cart page.

Here are the promo codes:

FR1400 – 10% off your order when ordering two brake rotors and one set of brake pads. Good till 4-16-10

FR1415 – 15% off your order when ordering four brake rotors and two sets of brake pads. Good till 4-16-10

Since we have a number of brake rotor and brake pad options on the website I’ve listed the best combinations for the different work duties.

Towing, Hauling, Off road, and Large wheels – Use either the Frozen Rotors or the Frozen Rotor Slotted’s. The slotted rotors will give you better stopping power and the Frozen Rotor brand is the highest quality. Use the Hawk LTS brake pad. These pads are designed for high heat that trucks and suv’s generate when used for towing and heavy workloads. Little dusting but not noticeable if you wash your truck twice a month.

Daily Driver with little towing or hauling - Use any of the products on the site. The Roto-Tech drilled and slotted rotors are for good looks and are designed for light duty. Our most popular combination for this category are the Standard Frozen Rotors with the Hawk LTS brake pads.

If you have any questions please feel free to call!

Best regards,

Mark Link
888-323-8456
http://www.frozenrotors.com
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so do you provide rotors for pre 97 f150s? i cant find them on your site
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We do have them available but as you mentioned they currently are not on the site. We are two weeks away from uploading our 2010 update so I will make sure they are added. In the mean time I can PM you the part numbers and pricing.

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