Jeep Wrangler Brake Rotors

Jeep Wrangler Brake Rotors

Stop Your Jeep Wrangler in Its Tracks with New Brake Rotors

Jeep Wrangler Brake Rotors

Jeep Wrangler Brake Rotors

Stop Your Jeep Wrangler in Its Tracks with New Brake Rotors

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Brake Rotors

Just like your brake pads, you have to swap out your Wrangler’s brake rotors regularly to keep its brakes working. But as you get ready to swap, you may want to consider upgrading to better brake rotors.

If you’ve added larger wheels and tires or a new suspension kit, then your Jeep could be heavier than it was stock. Heavier vehicles need hardier brakes to stop safely. Your Wrangler’s rotors are an important part of a new brake setup.

Drilled and slotted rotors can help disperse more heat more to reduce brake fade. For more heat dispersion, you could upgrade to a big brake kit. Big brake kits have a larger rotor and brake pad. The larger area for friction results in improved stopping power and better cooling.