Archer’s becomes a Certified Rotor Matching (CMS) Center
Traditional brake jobs have been performed using a shop lathe to resurface rotors back to a smooth finish. Over time, industry experts have discovered that a vehicle can still develop brake pulsation even if serviced correctly. To address this issue, the engineers at Pro-Cut developed a new lathe that planes rotors while still on the car. This process is termed ‘rotor matching’.
Brake rotors that are not matched to your vehicle may have excessive run-out (wobble) which leads to brake pedal pulsation and an increased chance of brake noise. Braking components will also wear prematurely, resulting in added cost and aggravation.
Archer’s is pleased to add the Pro-Cut PFM 9.2 to our shop’s arsenal of equipment. We continually strive to bring the best quality products and services to our valued customers!
For more information, visit Pro-Cut International’s website.