If you take your Jeep Wrangler off-road, you may need to replace your brake pads more often than a daily commuter. You may also want to add more stopping power.
Aftermarket brake pads designed for off-roading will last longer and provide the bite you need. With durable brake pads, you’ll be able to stop confidently without damaging other parts of your Jeep’s braking system.
If a brake pad gets damaged on your next trail ride, you could be in for a bumpy ride home. That’s why many Wrangler owners keep a spare set of brake pads for when they want to do some serious off-roading. Going home early because of a busted part isn’t much fun, and swapping out your brake pads is a breeze.
If you’re changing your Wrangler’s brake pads as part of standard maintenance, you should also check the rotors. Like the pads, your Wrangler's brake rotors need to be changed out regularly. Many people opt to change the two as a set. This guarantees you’ll get a set of rotors and pads that work together perfectly.