Dodge Charger Brake Rotor

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    About Dodge Charger Brake Rotor

    A sedan like your Dodge Charger is designed to go fast, but it's still important to be able to stop on a dime. Make sure your stopping power keeps up with your vehicle's speed by upgrading to performance brake pads for Dodge Charger from AutoZone.

    Performance Dodge Charger brake rotors are made with more carbon than standard rotors. This fact means that they dissipate hot gases in a more uniform manner, enabling better cooling and less build-up of brake pad deposits. They also last longer and are less likely to warp. Order a Charger brake rotor online today and enjoy Same Day Store Pickup at the AutoZone most convenient to you. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available to offer advice and assist you with the Loan-a-Tool program to do the installation job yourself.

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    Great product

    Jimmy

    in a year

    Absolutely great product! Great price! Perfect replacement part! Perfect fit. Low heat generation and great ride.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2018 Dodge Charger Daytona Hemi 6.4l

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    Very Good quality

    JDS737

    in 5 years

    OK so I just installed these, but I have been doing brake jobs on cars, trucks for 35 years, the burn it procedure was with no problem and the quality out of the box was better than factory. I was using cross-drilled-slotted rotors on a Dodge Charger and every year having to turn them for warping. So these are thick-solid and paired with the Duralast Gold pads very quiet and very responsive! A bit pricey but safety is an asset not a deficit

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2016 Dodge Charger

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    The Brakes work!

    Cdada2167

    in a year

    The caliber is now functioning properly, I was having all sorts of problems with the front brakes squeaking and grinding, found out the caliber was intermittently sticking… Problem solved

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2012 Dodge Charger