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The ability to stop your vehicle when you need it to stop is crucial to keeping you and your passengers safe. Rather than being spread apart like old brake drums were, disc brake rotors are pinched on each side by the pads. This means Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser disc brake rotors take a beating from your brake pads, but since the pads are softer than the rotor they will not deal much damage to it. Brake rotors perform very well in rain (much better than drums), and have consistently been standard equipment on current vehicles. Your Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser wouldn't be able to reduce its speed without the brake rotors bolted to the wheel hubs.
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