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Old 10-07-2009, 09:45 AM
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new duratrack and rims with brake ?

Here's before and after pic of my 03. Just put on 33's Goodyear Duratrak with baja rims I need brakes and was wondering what would be the best brand to get.
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Good looking package...I really like the Baja's...very clean.

Brake wise I don't have a favorite, I just always go for a quality grade and make sure the rotors and drums are turned or replaced if need be.
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Looks good, major improvement.
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This is what I use have have had great luck with them. I also run them on my superduty. They lasted a long time on my f250, even when towing a 30ft toyhauler. Also, very low on brake dust and what little brake dust there is, is light colored, not black due to the ceramic.



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Wow, those wheels and tires made a huge difference in the look of your jeep. Nice!


As far as brake pads go, rumor is EBC Yellow pads work well.
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