Yesterday (3/10/22) a buddy and I changed the brake pads and brake rotors on our 2017 Durango R/T. We had just a tick over 53,000 miles on the original brakes and they looked like they could have lasted a little longer. But ... my wife and I have a couple of trips planned this Spring and Summer - including one to the mountains - and want to make sure we're Highway Ready.
Our Durango R/T has the Tow Package (though we rarely tow) so we opted for the Powerstop Z-36 Upgraded Truck & Tow Kit. That's kit number K-5955-36 for 350mm fronts with caliper bracket casting #317 and 330mm rears. The kit came with everything we needed and was pretty drama free.
The installation only required one extra trip to the store to get a 11mm Allen head socket to remove the front bracket. Even the guy at NAPA commented on what an odd size they chose.
The Ram guys have it easy... I want to get as close to the 5.7 naturally aspirated quad cab record as I possibly can, setting a record for the 5.7 naturally aspirated Durango in the process. So here's something else I needed to do. Recommended by Jay Greene. This is what the fastest N/A Ram...
Also removed the rear wiper. Only used it once I can remember, and don't have a fluid reservoir to use with it now anyways...
Aftermarket LED license plate lights getting epoxy so they stop burning out and me not to have to keep sending in for warranty replacement. The electrical connector fitting allows water in and burns out the PCB.