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jswdi
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11/01/2004
14:29:08

Subject: Brake Upgrade
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I have a 2002 Durango and have been searching for a brake upgrade. The stock brakes do not do much in the way of making you feel safe. Any Ideas?



4x4Dak
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11/01/2004
18:56:37

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Brembo rotors and Hawk pads, made a BIG difference in braking performance. Made me feel a whole lot safer. Eventually I would like to upgrade to rear disc, but this made such a difference that I can hold off for a while, and spend the money on other things.

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HO Cams, Volant CAI, 40 srs Flowmaster, 180 stat, Ported TB, KB Flash (not worth the money), Amsoil & Water Wetter, 3" PA, 3" Rancho, 35" Pro Comp MTís, RS9000X's, Smitty Nerf Bars, Westin Safari Bar w/ 2 KC 150wt HiLites, Clear Corners, Brembo Slotted Front Rotors and Hawk Brake Pads, 4.56 gears and Full Detroit Locker




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11/01/2004
21:47:53

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Raybestos Brutestop drilled and slotted rotors and Raybestos SuperStop pads have been on my 00 CC Dak for over 30K without warping and provide better braking than the stockers. Check out rockauto.com for the parts.



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11/02/2004
07:52:21

RE: Brake Upgrade
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Go to socaldakota.com great deals on brakes. I got the powerslots, sam ran the same ones in competition.



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11/02/2004
19:57:59

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Croygenic Treated Brakes

www.300below.com

Take a look at some of the government department comments on these type of rotors & Drums. I will be buying a set this summer.



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11/07/2004
11:21:14

RE: Brake Upgrade
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If you want a REAL brake upgrade let me know.

How about 13 x 1.25 rotors with four pot calipers?

It's not on my website at this time but can be done.

Todd/TCE

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