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JK/JKU Front Performance Slotted Big Rotor Kit

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SKU 4303490
$338.99
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The TeraFlex JK/JKU Front Performance Slotted Big Rotor Kit is an affordable upgrade for JK Wrangler and JKU Wrangler Unlimited models requiring increased braking performance with oversized – and heavier – wheels and 33-35” tires. This simple bolt-on upgrade doesn’t require cutting or welding.

FITS:

• JK Wrangler (2-door)
• JKU Wrangler Unlimited (4-door

INCLUDES:

• Rear brake caliper relocating anchor brackets - pair
• Front driver slotted brake rotor (# 4303412)
• Front passenger slotted brake rotor (# 4303411)

FEATURES & BENEFITS:

• Improved braking performance over factory brake system
• Brake caliper relocating anchor brackets retain factory brake calipers & pads
• No brake bleeding or brake line modification needed
• Larger 13.3” (338mm) rotors for superior stopping performance – stock is 11.9” (302mm)
• Slotted rotors offer better heat dissipation than smooth rotors
• Mill-balanced vented rotors for maximum heat dissipation
• Rotors feature dual bolt patterns – 5x5” & 5x5.5”
• 100% bolt-on upgrade for easy installation

NOTE:

• Requires a minimum of 17” diameter wheels.

• Front Performance Big Rotor Kit w/ standard brake rotors (# 4303480) also available.

INSTALL TIME: 2 Hours


Weight:  58.0 lbs

Vehicle Type:
 
JK Wrangler
JKU Wrangler Unlimited


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November 21st 2015
Dave
I am really really liking these brakes. They're built with quality just like everything else that comes from TeraFlex. The stopping power is dramatically better and can't wait to get my hands on their new rear setup
March 25th 2017
Damon W Petersen
Just put these brakes on. After bedding in some Hawk HPS brake pads there is a huge improvement and no comparison to the stock brakes. It is still smooth but alot less pedal required to stop running 35" tires. Will definitely be adding the rears soon. It is a simple concept. Just think of an old record player. What is easier to stop, grabbing the edge of it or pushing your finger down on it more towards the center.