Pull the rotor back off and make sure that isn't anything between the flange and inside of the rotor that is making it not sit perfectly flat.
Running straight as a boardOk... if you don't have a depth gauge do this..
Flip the rotor around. So you can see the axle flange and also see the rotor. (Lug nuts on the inside of the rotor.
So the outside rotor hat is against the axle flange.
It gets the braking surface away from the flange and then turn it again.
You got it right there
Just making sure what I got right. ?You got it right there
Thats why I had you reverse the rotor to eliminate or confirm what the rotor is doing.
You could use a tape measure if you don't have dial calipers. Measure out side the axke flangeThere no way of knowing what’s not under or over sized.
is it the rotor or the axle flange.