2012 ppv rotors and pads.

Discussion in 'Police Package/Specialty Service Discussion' started by Eod1, May 2, 2019.

  1. Eod1

    Eod1 If you see me running, I would try to keep up.

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    So does anyone have the part number for the ppv rotors and pads. Chevy wants a arm and leg and I thought I could get them at napa.
     
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    Hmm, I'm seeing them for $88 from GM Parts Center, and $75 from our local parts house for Delco. Not an arm and a leg in my book. The Bosch are $108 from local parts house. Those are nice rotors, and we put them on our '10 PPV.
     
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    Eod1 If you see me running, I would try to keep up.

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    Are those what they call fleet parts?
    Napa does not have a part number for them but I know they vent differently than a normal tahoe rotor
     
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    Vent differently? Waste of technology in this part of the world, majority of police use PPV's are just roadside supports for laser guns and cell phone scopes...
     
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    Eod1 If you see me running, I would try to keep up.

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    Out here in AZ the state police use them as chase vehicles. I was told they vent differently and the pads are extremely heavy duty because of the high speed abuse.
     
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    cell phone scope???
     
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    Yep, you think they are using laser or radar guns at the roadside to catch speeders, but not in these parts. They are using long range scopes to catch people using their cell phones, putting on make up or eating a burger or drinking coffee while driving, it's almost as they have a competition to see who can create the zaniest pretence for a distracted driving charge.
     
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    Eating a burger? Really??
     
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    you must be in Canada? I see they set the scope up on a specific intersection and take photos when your stopped, they had red light camera's here (in California) before but they took them all down, they found the cameras made no difference so there was no point in using them anymore.
     

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