I’ve lifted my share of Wranglers, and slapped on big beefy tires, only to find out days later that my braking just isn’t up to snuff (and that can be a scary discovery). Those new 38 inch tires you’ve been eyeing will look great, and perform fantastic offroad, but consequently they’ll result in a hundred pounds of rolling momentum added to your Jeep, making it crazy hard to stop using stock brakes. Before you upgrading your tires, you’ll want to investigate the available Jeep Wrangler JK brake upgrades – many of them are affordable (some are over the top expensive).
Great Article for DIY Jeep Wrangler rear brakes! I’m rebuilding a 1994 YJ and my internal parts look just fine – just a good cleaning. How to know when to replace the drums? I’m thinking of blasting what I have and ceramic coating the brake drums for longevity. Thanks.
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