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Found a cracked rotor last night while changing pads on my Mustang. Surprised me because my normal routine is to look at rotors closely when changing off track tires. Apparently not close enough, and didn't notice until new pads were on. Double bad on me, but wasn't expecting it as the (rear) rotors heat checking was nearly nil. Knew I was getting a long life, but when I checked my records the dang things had been in service for 27 months = 37 track days. I guess I had grown accustomed to fronts getting turfed every 3rd pad change or so but had forgotten about the rears. I keep records on lots of things, e.g. these pads had done 13.5 days which is exceptional for me. I'll definitely be monitoring rotors now.
I'm thinking of wheel stud replacements and front hubs. Going on 3.5 years with the ARPs. Anything else? I do a pretty good job with fluids, albeit coolant might be time. The lubes get cycled out about 3x year and I run full synthetic everywhere.
So my question to the peanut gallery is on preventative replacements. What's your program? Send it till it doesn't come back?