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Yeah....I think my wife just paid $350 for a 20 minute $80 job...and shortened the life span of the rotors by having them turned unnecessarily. Chock it up to education. Expensive lesson though.
I don't turn rotors on any vehicle. If the rotors need to be replaced I replace them. The thinner the rotors are, the easier they warp.
FWIW, front brakes on an 80 Series takes about 30 minutes if you take your time and clean everything, including jacking up and R/R the tires. It's very easy. Use OEM brake pads.
I'll bite; what, where and how much are those rotors, my braking rumble is starting to spill my drink and I have a couple bucks for PM items (100 pads, rotors, oil and filter are due...)