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Unread 03-22-2013, 02:32 PM   #1
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Braking Upgrade HELP

Well, I actually just got the jeep, and the previous owner lifted it, and put on the 35's, and didn't touch the brakes, so $300 later, I had purchased new vented and slotted rotors, AGGRESSIVE pads, and some new wheel hubs (just because they are going out) anyways, after I tore everything down, I realized I Have a heavy duty, 33 spline axle??? Im not sure if that helps, but nothing fit, so after I returned everything, and here I am. The jeep is still in CA, as i just recently moved to Texas, so I can't get a number or anything off the Axle. I just have what I was told by the previous owner, its an upgraded axle, anyone know where I can get some rotors/hubs for it?

THANKS! Justin

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Unread 03-22-2013, 08:27 PM   #2
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Find out what axle you have and that will narrow it down some. But superior (sp?) Yukon, G2, Teraflex etc is where i would be looking.
If all else fails call 4wd tech line and ask them or a local shop and tell them your situation and what to do. Most likely there is a full kit you can buy, Units rotors pads etc. Sorry i cant help more, If you can get a couple pic's of the axle would help too. Good luck either way
YJ, TJ, XJ, ZJ..... Too many Jeeps!
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axle alternatives , brakes , help needed , pads , rotors

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