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Old 05-06-2019, 06:05 PM
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I second the PowerStop kit. Upgraded the rims and tires at the same time. World of difference. Painted the calipers too while it was apart.
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Nice.
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I put the Power Stop full kit on my front. Rotors & Calipers.
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8 months later or you still liking your new brakes?

Im still glad I went with these.
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Good to hear, I'm at 60k miles and I'll have to keep an eye on the brakes to see how they are wearing. The wife's Jeep GC is at 75,000 so the same applies to hers.
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I've had the Z36 drilled and slotted rotors on my 4" lifted 13 Sport Crew Cab with 35x12.5.17 tires for 4 months now and it stops great. Much better than stock and a lot less dust. Definitely worth the money!
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Checking on on this older thread. I have a 2012 Big Horn and looking for brake recommendations. I am still running stock 20" wheels and I am now towing a 3500lb travel trailer with the potential to upgrade to 5000lb. I see you all like the Powerstop kits. Do you still like them after the months of use? Did you all go will all four corners or just the front?

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I did all 4 corners with the vented rotors that are not drilled or slotted and am still very pleased a year and 20,000 miles later
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Checking on on this older thread. I have a 2012 Big Horn and looking for brake recommendations. I am still running stock 20" wheels and I am now towing a 3500lb travel trailer with the potential to upgrade to 5000lb. I see you all like the Powerstop kits. Do you still like them after the months of use? Did you all go will all four corners or just the front?

My truck is RWD with the HEMI.
I did the z36 pads and rotors on mine. I put them on last fall and they’re still performing great. They work great also while pulling my 7000lb tt.
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Still working great. There is a very specific breakin proc to followed when new.
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