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Front Drilled Slotted Brake Rotors Hub Bearing Pads 5 Stud for 2006 Wrangler 4WD

97 Units sold

SKU: BRKPKG667
List Price: $153.36
Our Price:
$109.54

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Weight:23.96 kg52.7 lbs

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8 PC Set - Hub Bearing Assemblies, Ceramic Disc Brake Pads, Drilled and Slotted Performance Disc Brake Rotors

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Four (4) Premium Ceramic Disc Brake Pads

  • Engineered high grade composite materials for superior braking and extended life
  • Chamfered and slotted to prevent heat expansion cracks and to further reduce brake noise
  • Strong resistance to fade under load and totally resistant to rotor vibration
  • Enhanced friction for superior stopping, comfort, performance, and low dust for cleaner wheels
  • New standard for quiet, reliable braking that last longer and provide superior stopping
  • Manufactured to meet or exceed expectations for performance and fit

Two (2) Drilled and Slotted Performance Disc Brake Rotors

  • Direct fit, vehicle specific application for all makes and models
  • Designed to obtain peak performance under all braking conditions
  • Precise tolerances offer maximum performance, increased comfort, and extended longevity of all brake system components
  • Machined surface to ensure synergy between the brake pad and brake rotor during the break-in period
  • Venting design (when applicable) increases overall brake rotor cooling and provides additional protection against thermal cracking

Two (2) Hub Bearing Assemblies

  • Manufactured to meet or exceed expectations for performance and fit
  • Latest generation design used in manufacturing our hub assemblies
  • High quality seal design ensures a clean, long lasting hub bearing
  • Precision machined and pre-coated with anti-corrosion lubricant
  • Manufactured for quick and easy installation

Hub bearings should always be replaced in pairs (front or rear). This reduced the overall time required to replace two hub bearings at different times. In most cases when one hub bearing fails, the other one is close behind.

Hub bearings must be torqued to vehicle specifications to prevent failure.

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