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07-30-2013 01:12 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by tabber02 View Post
i know.. i want 40s.
I saw some of your updated pics was kinda surprised you hadn't chopped the flares yet. Any plans to do that?

Wait a sec...were hyjacking aren't we?
07-30-2013 12:52 PM
tabber02
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Originally Posted by ESP View Post
You need bigger tires tabber.
i know.. i want 40s.
07-30-2013 12:48 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by tabber02 View Post
i'm running their kit with stock pads... have had mounted up for i guess about a month. very happy with the difference. and it's noticeable, especially with my heavy arsed 37" Toyo MTs... i think down the road, i'd like to upgrade to the dual piston caliper... but for now, this has me a pretty happy camper.

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You need bigger tires tabber.
07-30-2013 12:43 PM
64Chevy Also check out this slightly older thread on the subject:

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/new...ts-251677.html
07-30-2013 12:22 PM
tabber02 i'm running their kit with stock pads... have had mounted up for i guess about a month. very happy with the difference. and it's noticeable, especially with my heavy arsed 37" Toyo MTs... i think down the road, i'd like to upgrade to the dual piston caliper... but for now, this has me a pretty happy camper.

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07-30-2013 12:07 PM
TeraFlex both of those are good, or EBC greens. We don't have a specific one we recommend since people like different things in their performance pads.
07-30-2013 11:29 AM
BacaraJKU
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lol, nahh were good. Most of the employees own Jeeps, we all kinda have a Jeep problem. We have everything from aZJ 5.9 to xj to JK's in the parking lot. You are looking at the same kit I did. Only thing I might suggest is throw in a good set of performance pads too.
Any recommendations on a pad? Was looking at the Hawk Ceramic or LTS pads.

Also think I decided on teraflex big rotor kit slotted so I don't have to get master replacement.
07-30-2013 11:25 AM
TeraFlex lol, nahh were good. Most of the employees own Jeeps, we all kinda have a Jeep problem. We have everything from aZJ 5.9 to xj to JK's in the parking lot. You are looking at the same kit I did. Only thing I might suggest is throw in a good set of performance pads too.
07-30-2013 11:10 AM
nknacd the one without the calipers but with slotted rotors

Also, does Teraflex need a 2012 JKU to test out some new products for them?
07-30-2013 09:56 AM
TeraFlex Which big brake kit are you looking at? The one with a calipers or the one without? I currently run the one without and I love it but I installed quite a few of the other kits when I owned my shop. I suggest getting the Master cylinder with that kit no matter what.
07-29-2013 08:16 AM
nknacd
Teraflex Big Brake

Anyone running the Big Brake kit from Teraflex? How do you like it?

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