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Jeep Comanche Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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StopTech Slotted Brake Rotors Reviews


Excellent Upgrade from OEM

Reviewed By Erik B (San Diego, CA) Reviewed for a 1990 Jeep Comanche —11/15/2010 6:22 AM

The Power Slots are clearly a simple upgrade from OEM and have been a great replacement for the fully-worn rotors on our daily-driver Jeep. Since ours is 4x4, this means the rotors literally slide on and off after removing the caliper, so it's an easy job. The rotors are coated on all non-braking surfaces, which is great for combating rust and keeps them looking snazzy for anyone that peeks through the holes in our rims. Braking power with any new pads and rotors is better than what you replace, but these are perfectly suited for long descents and braking under load, as happens when you haul all your gear for the weekend.

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StopTech Slotted Brake Rotors Reviews


Excellent Upgrade from OEM

Reviewed By Erik B (San Diego, CA) Reviewed for a 1990 Jeep Comanche —11/15/2010 6:22 AM

The Power Slots are clearly a simple upgrade from OEM and have been a great replacement for the fully-worn rotors on our daily-driver Jeep. Since ours is 4x4, this means the rotors literally slide on and off after removing the caliper, so it's an easy job. The rotors are coated on all non-braking surfaces, which is great for combating rust and keeps them looking snazzy for anyone that peeks through the holes in our rims. Braking power with any new pads and rotors is better than what you replace, but these are perfectly suited for long descents and braking under load, as happens when you haul all your gear for the weekend.

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EBC Sport Rotors Reviews


EBC Sport Rotors on Grand Cherokee SRT8

Reviewed By Nicholas M (Alexandria, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee —12/5/2017 5:08 AM

Needed to replace all brakes & rotors on wife's SRT8. Dealership estimated $2500 for them to do it--with these and Red Stuff pads I did it myself for less than $900! The hardest part of the install was getting the old front right rotor to "release". I had to "persuade" it with the hammer longer than the other 3 rotors combined. lol. Currently less than 100 miles on the new rotors and brakes, but so for we are very happy with feel/performance. We'd definitely recommend these to other SRT8 owners

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