Power Stop K2150-36 Front & Rear Z36 Extreme Performance Truck & Tow Brake Kit for 99-04 Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ
Power Stop brake kits include a complete set of cross-drilled and slotted rotors and Z36 extreme performance Carbon-Fiber Infused ceramic pads. The Power Stop brake kit offers more pad bite than other leading brands without noise and dust. Not only do the brake rotors look great behind stock or custom wheels, they perform better than stock as well!
If you drive in the hills, haul loads or tow trailers, you need the extra stopping power of Z36 Extreme Truck & Tow pads. Power Stop Z36 metallic pads are made for trucks and SUV''s with higher gross vehicle weights. The extreme pad bite offers superior performance to avoid high temperature brake fade. Z36 pads feature a coefficient of friction 20% higher than OE pads.
- Features: Cast Iron, Ceramic, Drilled, Front, Rear, Slotted
- Color: Silver
- Shipping Weight: 69lb
- Shipping Dimensions: 14in x 14in x 12in (L x W x H)
Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ)
- 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ)
- 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ)
- 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ)
- 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ)
- 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ)
- 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ)
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Power Stop Front & Rear Z36 Extreme Performance Truck & Tow Brake Kit Reviews
I ordered this front/rear Z36 pad/rotor kit for my 04 Grand Cherokee. The pads and rotors look so great behind the wheel, I really cannot complain about that. After break in, the pads and rotors seem to feel pretty good. I only have two minor complaints. First, the clips that hold the rear calipers did not fit and were rubbing on the rotor near the hub part. This was causing a noise and made a very small groove just during the break in period. I had to use the old clips and the problem was solved! Second complaint is that one of the rotors had a small spot of rust on it. Looked like a fault in the finish but hopefully it won't affect anything. All in all, this is a nice kit for the price! With the right jack, wrench, breaker bar, torque wrench, anti seize, and threadlocker you can do this yourself no problem. NOTE: release parking break when working on the rear, it holds the rotor in place.