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Old 04-10-2008, 10:49 AM   #1
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does the 2003 TJ X pkg have 4 wheel disc brakes?

I got my wrangler in early december and haven't had the tires off yet. Does it come with 4 wheel disc brakes? I would just go look but I'm between classes and looking up prices at NAPA and Autozone cause they have been squeekin for awhile now.

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Old 04-10-2008, 11:02 AM   #2
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No... I have an X and it came with front disks...Perhaps the rear disks are an option? I thought the rubicons have rear disks...

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Yeah, all I could find online is that rubicons have rear discs. Thanks for the info! Mine didnt seem to have any extra options ontop of the standard X pkg cept it has full doors, but that might be standard.
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Whatdo you replace in drum brake setup and how do you replace it? I've replaced lots of disc brake setups(calipers, brake lines, pads, rotors, ect.), but never drums.
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you have drum brakes in the rear. they're pretty easy to work on. get the Haynes manual and it'll give you step by step picture directions.
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Old 04-10-2008, 04:05 PM   #6
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I would rather have disc brakes.. for better stopping.. You dont need to take your wheels off to find out you have disc brakes// just look through the wheel slots in the front and rear.. rwd trucks normally have larger rotors in the rear
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also, brake squeal doesn't mean they're worn out. you'll have to look and see how much material is left on the pads/shoes to find out if they're worn or not.

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