- Jul 11, 2019
Please see below,is this normal or something to worry about.Its on a 2017 FR and I’m due to buy or return in few months.
The disks I know happens and goes when I drive but was more specific about the big round bit between the wheel and disks ?Just rust on the brake disks. Totally normal and shouldn't be an issue for the lease/loan company. Does look a bit **** though. Of you end up buying it I'd paint the centres of the disks next time you change them. That's what I'm going to do.
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Yes, bare iron or steel will very quickly corrode when exposed to water, hence why a thin layer of rust will form on the brake disc surface when rain or water used for washing your car makes contact with it. This thin layer of rust soon disappears when the brakes are applied and the pads make contact with the brake disc surface.Even after a rain shower, the bottom half of my discs brakes face would show signs of rust..I often wonder how this happens so quickly.