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I just lifted my 07' Mega Cab. I installed 20" rims with 35" tires. I noticed that it takes longer for the truck to stop. Does anyone know when I can look into getting bigger rotor and better calipers for the truck.
 

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Does anyone know when I can look into getting bigger rotor and better calipers for the truck.
Well we have several options here depending on what you actually ment.

1. When you can afford it.

2. When the current ones wear out and you need brake work.

3. When your warranty goes out.

4. If you tow heavy...asap.

I'm sure there are more but this is what currently comes to mind.
 

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im having a similar problem with my 99. But i can't find better rotors and calipers for my truck.
 

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Will it be a warranty issue if I change all that out. I am not really concerned about the cost. Yes I tow. I also use my exhaust brake all the time. Hear in Vegas, people can not drive. They change lanes like they are in a races and hit the breaks really hard to catch their off ramp from the fast lane. Exhaust breaks do not slow me down fast enough.
 
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