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I had my brake rotors turned a couple years ago when I replaced the front pads, but it seems like I'm getting a lot of pulsing when braking now. I know the WJs aren't known for good brake rotors and have had warping issues. Anyone have any recommendations for aftermarket brake rotors?
 

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Basically any aftermarket set will be better than stock. If the rig sees offroad use stay away from slotted or drilled rotors. Do to they will collect mud and brake, just find a good solid replacement set and you should be fine..
 

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Most really aren't worth it unless you really need it, or really like the look of them...And just in case you don't know, slotted and crossdrilled rotors cannot be machined or turned, so keep that in mind when buying. Some auto parts stores have their own brand of aftermarket rotors usually quite a bit cheaper then the name brand ones, normally slightly thinner, but for a daily driven vehicle they're fine...
 

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go with replacements, thats what I did, and they you can tell are better, and they only cost me $35 each
 

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Yeah, I'm not really interested in slotted rotors. With the exception of snow and the occasional camping trip, I drive on pavement. I just want to get a set that won't warp again.
 

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well mine have been great. there replacement bought at Pepboys, from ProComp

 
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