I've had brake pulsing for a while now. Rotors are maybe a year old, really cheap from Rock Auto. I also have brake-squeel problem that I tried last year to fix - tried a few different sets of pads, put lube on various surfaces, cleaned / buffed brake contact surface on arm that is part of wheel axle / knuckle. Took my snow tires off and put on the summer tires a couple weeks ago. I noticed that one front rotor has a "thick" spot. Running my finger across the surface it's like a raised portion of the rotor surface. Other side of rotor is flat. So this is what's causing the brake pulsing. Looking through ebay and seeing lots of black rotors. They say they're zinc plated, so less prone to rust. Can't find any that are plain rotors - they're either cross-drilled or slotted or both. I find a vendor selling to Canada for free shipping and I buy a pair for the front. They are drilled. I paid $55 USD, free shipping. Put them on last week. Brake pulsing is gone. I think brake squeel is gone also. Using the same pads (which are practically new). Here is what's printed on the box: QBP International OE Replacement Q5386 bar code 702669000574 Replaces AIM 5386, Ray 76722 Just in case anyone else is looking to get new rotors.