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2001 Dodge Dakota Brake Rotors

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Reviewed By Gregory S (Saukville, WI) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Dakota —3/23/2009 8:13 PM

I went the route of cheap Chinese made auto store rotors for long enough. Decided to try a quality set this time around. I installed the EBC Sport rotors and EBC Greenstuff pads on my 2001 Dodge Dakota and immediately noticed a difference. I'm still breaking them in slowly like the directions say, but they are stopping me better than ever. I highly recommend spending a little more money and getting a quality setup like this.

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Reviewed By Paul S (Richmond, VA) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Dakota —4/10/2007 5:33 AM

Installation was very straight forward. When putting the rotor over the studs, there was some play, as the stud holes were about 1/16 larger than the studs, thus it would move around before putting the tire on. Don't know if it stayed centered. Wish there was a method to center them on the hub (minor detail really) to limit any potential wheel balance issues (didn't notice any after installation). I didn't experience any noise the first several hundred miles as I've read about. Paired with the Hawk LTS pads, they seem to be very strong. Old rotors warped after 12k miles as most do. I'll reserve final judgement until 20k.

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Reviewed By Paul S (Richmond, VA) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Dakota —4/10/2007 5:33 AM

Installation was very straight forward. When putting the rotor over the studs, there was some play, as the stud holes were about 1/16 larger than the studs, thus it would move around before putting the tire on. Don't know if it stayed centered. Wish there was a method to center them on the hub (minor detail really) to limit any potential wheel balance issues (didn't notice any after installation). I didn't experience any noise the first several hundred miles as I've read about. Paired with the Hawk LTS pads, they seem to be very strong. Old rotors warped after 12k miles as most do. I'll reserve final judgement until 20k.

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