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I feel like this may have already been discussed, but has anyone swapped R/T brakes to the Brembo brake setup from SRT model Durango?


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Yes, it's plug and play. Also same part are on SRT Jeeps. Night and Day difference in braking power even over the HD setup.

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Yes, it's plug and play. Also same part are on SRT Jeeps. Night and Day difference in braking power even over the HD setup.

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So is it just rotors and calipers or do you have to get new master cylinder, hoses, spindle brackets and/or spindles?


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Just rotors and calipers. And pads of course. Same brake lines. Must have wheels that will clear the larger calipers.
I initially used spacers with stock wheels and then got hellcat replicas when I was offered a deal on them.
You can find all this info in search the forum.

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I saw the entire kit (front and rear) recently for sale on eBay. There is a Dodge dealership selling the kit for Durango's and Jeep Grand Jerokee's with the 5.7 Hemi engine.
 

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I got mine as refurbished calipers from AutoZone and rock Auto. Cost me $300 for 3 of the calipers and another $300 for the 4th.
One thing to check on refurbs, is that some of them discard the crossover line for the rear calipers. I had to make my own from a brake line and a couple of flare fittings. Wasn't bad but annoying.
Rotors, that's a personal choice, you can get them in any variety, you wallet is the limiting factor.

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