I've read the tech writups on this and it looks like easy, straightforward mechanical work. I know I'll need a new sensor and the rotors still look fine to me so here is my question: do I need to have the rotors turned or "machined" as the shops call it? There were no issues with the rotors sqeaking, pulsing, shimmying, nothing. I have changed pads on several other cars and never did a **** thing but bed in the pads afterwards and experienced no issues. I am thinking I am fine to slap in new pads and a new sensor and the issue is solved. But I am throwing the question out to you guys because I know these trucks can be finicky. So what say the Rover gods?