Desperately needed new brakes for my 2014 JKUR. With the lift tires and added weight from other mods “big brakes” were the way to go. Dynatrac did not disappoint. These things are monsters built to stop your monster
By “Pearl” the JKUR from Las Vegas
Awesome stopping power
Easily installed in an afternoon, just don't break a calliper bracket bolt like I did. Dodge doesn't keep many on hand. One issue with quality control, one of the sliding pin holes had not been blown out and still contained a bunch of metal shards inside (caused pin to seize when inserted). Huge improvement in stopping power over stock breaks. I'm only running 32's but I feel it would do sufficiently for much larger wheels as well.
I have a 2008 2 door JK Rubicon with OE 17" wheels. Will a spacer be required for the Rubicon wheels? If so how big and do you carry them.
For Bessie My Little Red Mule from on
1.5" wheel spacers will be required to run the factory wheels. We suggest upgrading to an aftermarket wheel with 3.5" to 4.25" or backspace. Thank you.
Does this product come with steel braided brake lines or will it fit the ones I have on my factory brakes?
skyliarjk from louisiana on
The Dynatrac ProGrip Performance Brake Kit DPCJK44-2X1125-A does not come with brake lines. We do suggest you upgrade to a stainless steel braided line kit for your vehicle. Thank you.
Known for its brawny axle assemblies, Dynatrac got its start in the early 1990s when founder Jim McGean was building axles in his garage for off-road enthusiast friends. When others resorted to low quality parts from overseas, he took a stand and maintained production here in the states. Dynatrac's innovations include the high-clearance ProRock 60, Free-Spin hub conversion kits and heavy-duty DynaLoc locking hubs. Every axle manufactured undergoes 117 inspections during its assembly for quality assurance and the Huntington Beach, California-headquarted company has a deserving reputation as a manufacturer of high quality innovative components. Shop Dynatrac Now