So its actually about my car(story below) but It could go for the drums on my square when i fix the rear brakes. Hell, it could apply to the front rotor(not the spindle lol, that would need to come off). My f150 has rear drum resurface coming up but thats because of low mileahe and i know they are wearing OK, and everyone online says that specific one is BAD aftermarket metal wise. and motorcraft(a joke) wants 150+ for each drum. Are GM replacement drums and rotors that bad or are AC Delco just generally worth keeping for the OE quality? My rear wheel had a separation of caliper brackets from a shop that doesnt know how to tighten bolts. Back in jan or feb i fixed it with generic part store brand rotor and pads. I JUST did the brakes the previous spring with NICE ac delco coated rotors and their quality pads. The one side had at least 10k miles on it since the brakes were new both sides. I cant reuse the one rotor, it has 3 DEEP gouges in it where the pads and bracket rode the rotor. But could I buy a new rotor, resurface the "old" one to spec with the new one?(assuming all is good spec wise) is it worth it? its like a 40 dollar rotor. I also have the original rotors, well, 6 actually(3 sets of 2 from cars that share the same rotor) and most are not damaged just rusty and old. But they have been indoors and stacked. Assuming specs are good, would resurfacing these be the best idea?