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Summit Cross-drilled/Slotted rotors with Hawk pads.









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viper srt10 brakes...stock rotors, stock calipers, stock pads (appear to be ebc greenstuff)



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Here's some pics of 03 durango brakes installed on my 2000 Dakota 4WD.

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How they look behind my 20" KMC Stealth wheels:

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@jellyhead Was that a pretty easy conversion? Specifically the caliper brackets and parking brake stuff. Thanks.
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unless you upgrade piston numbers or size of your calaper or rotor should be as simple as changeing your own brakes and rotors.. with the addition of seperating your old calaper from your brake line and screwing in your new ones and bleeding them

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@jellyhead Was that a pretty easy conversion? Specifically the caliper brackets and parking brake stuff. Thanks.
The front was very easy, once I installed the durango front spindles, everything else just bolted on normally. The rear wasn't that easy, since I used the whole rear axle from a 2003 durango I needed to remove the spring perches and shock mounts and weld them on the other side of the axle. The ebrake was kind of a challenge. I was able to use the durango left side cable but it needed to be modified. I had to make clevice to use the original dakota right side cable because the durango housing was way too long. I also needed to cut the cables and use a ferrule tool to get the cables to the proper length.

The rears were more cosmetic than an actual upgrade. most of the improvement in braking was due to the dual piston durango front calipers
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