Reviewed By Noel T (San Diego, CA) Reviewed for a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee —9/5/2006 11:01 PM
My Jeep stops on a dime now that I've replaced the manufacutures product to the slotted rotors.
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