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any advice on which to go with on a Crew cab 4x4....
 

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You could get cross drilled if you really wanted..

Those are the only things that would bennifit you.

Slotted rotors are used on race cars to cut more of the pad away, and heat them up faster, so they have better braking performance.

Using slotted on a daily driver would reduce brake pad life..
 

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Kickin' Crew Cab
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Who makes replacement rotors for the front and rear.......
 

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Get rotors with both...slotted rotors allows gasses generated during braking to disapate. Check out the websites for Stainless steel brakes or brembo. I have drilled rotors on both my S10 and Z71...big improvement
 

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get brembo replacement rotors

you need neither
 

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I have a Crew Cab 4x4 and it is in the process of being lifted...I guess between the 33"tires and the supercharger I might need to have better brakes.......Brembo has the front rotors, but I can not find the rear.
 

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KCustom said:
I have a Crew Cab 4x4 and it is in the process of being lifted...I guess between the 33"tires and the supercharger I might need to have better brakes.......Brembo has the front rotors, but I can not find the rear.
yea the rear might be tricky to find, i dont know if brembo makes a replacement rotor, if anything just find a nice high quality OEM rotor (which is what the brembo blank replacement are)
and a nice set of pads
 

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Check out Baer® brakes. I'm putting 4 wheel drilled and slotted disc brakes on my 92 2wd. http://www.baer.com/
 
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