|07-17-2007 05:22 PM|
I'll let you in on the secret for the best brake mod on a Jeep with bigger tires. Stay further back.
|07-17-2007 04:06 PM|
|OffRDer||wow, Thanks for all the info everyone...This site rocks! and another question..is there any brake upgrade for tjs using brakes from a different vehicle? i know they sell the big brake upgrade and EVERYONE that has it praises it...but its $750...which i do not have at the moment!|
|07-17-2007 09:43 AM|
|4Jeepn||The difference is in the size of the rotor cap not the rotor surface. Its like 3/16th of an inch difference. They are composite and cast rotors. If you put the wrong one on the jeep will not move!|
|07-17-2007 08:54 AM|
|erickpl||Yes, they did. My 97 TJ has calipers for an 05 TJ and the rotor thickness IS different. I have to order pads and rotors for that 05 model year if I want it to fit.|
|07-17-2007 12:46 AM|
|AzTJ||must be the same deal on XJ's too - didn't even think of it, but when I did my mothers discs, they had to sets of rotors at the parts store.|
|07-17-2007 12:39 AM|
|1BLKJP||Yes, in 99 they changed rotors in mid year. Really sucked for me because it's hard to tell what you have except for actually measuring the rotor hat.|
|07-16-2007 11:01 PM|
I'm not completely sure, but I think its the calipers that changed, and that did have an effect on the rotors. Plus having ABS or not might have effected it
But if anyone is listing anything for a specific year, get the one thats "supposed" to fit your year.
|07-16-2007 10:32 PM|
Wrangler Brake Rotors??
are the Brake rotors, or any other part of the brake system different among the 97-06 TJ wrangler model years? because AGAIN, there are people selling rotors for specific years!