Can front rotors be used on rear?
Often front and rear rotors are different. Sometimes the front rotors are larger, and in many cases, rear rotors are slightly different to accommodate the parking brake. One quick option would be to find part numbers for front and rear rotors for your vehicle and see if they're the same part. via
How do you tell apart front and rear rotors? (video)
Are all 4 rotors the same size?
These sizes are not interchangeable, and you must get the right one to fit on your car. Particular rotors size may depend on your trim (sub-model), vehicle's country of origin, sports/performance package, transmission type, engine size, and numerous other options. via
Are rotors side specific?
Most Brake Rotors Are Not Side Specific
In many cases, slotted and drilled rotors are not side specific as well. Some car owners believe that the presence of slots and drillings means that the rotors are directional. via
What do I need to know about buying rotors?
Remember when ordering cross-drilled and/or slotted rotors, if they are sold individually, to order a left and a right as the cross-drilling and slotting is matched to the rotation of that particular wheel. You should also not swap rotors side to side after subsequent brake pad replacement or rotor machining. via
Which brakes are applied first?
A lot more stability is provided by having the rear brakes engage before the front brakes. Applying the rear brakes first helps keep the car in a straight line. via
Why are bigger rotors better?
The larger rotors not only provide more power but they also put less strain on your forearms and shoulders since you don't need to pull the brakes as hard, keeping you fresher for longer and allowing you to ride more actively. via
How do you measure rear rotors? (video)
Are front and rear disc brakes interchangeable?
Yes. The line length is the difference. via