2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Brake Rotors and Pads Kit - Front and Rear
Flashark Drilled and Slotted Rotors and Pads Kit is made for high-performance street drivers who demand shorter stops under the most demanding conditions. They are dust-free, and noise-free, and give you increased braking power without sacrificing everyday drivability. All products are fit and road-tested in our California facility to ensure we deliver on our promise of Trusted Reliable Quality.
2009-2010 Dodge Ram
2009-2010 Dodge Ram
2011-2018 Ram 2500
2011-2018 Ram 3500
Dust Levels: Medium
Rotor Style: Cross-Drilled & Slotted
Rotor Coating: Coated
Pad Material: Ceramic, Carbon
Stopping Power: 2 / 5
Noise Level: 2 / 5
Friction Material: Composition of Carbon Fiber Ceramic
Pad Shims Included: Yes
Disc Brake Rotor Construction: VENTED
Surface Type: Slotted X Drilled
Grade Type: Performance
Wheel Lug Bolt Quantity: 8
Rear Rotor Outside Diameter: 14.11 in
Front Rotor Outside Diameter: 14.17 in
Disc Brake Rotors, also called Brake Kits or Brake Discs, are essential to your vehicle's braking system. Over time, rotors can warp, becoming pitted and thinner from frequent use. Failure to replace a compromised disc brake rotor apparent by the excessive noise and vibration it may cause can lead to a loss in your vehicle's stopping power, putting you at risk.
Disc brake pads are essential to your vehicle's braking system. Over time, brake pads become thinner from frequent use. Worn-down brake pads can cause damage to your brake rotors and lead to a loss in your vehicle's stopping power, putting you at risk.
Brake rotors and brake pads should always be replaced in pairs (Passenger and Driver). This reduces the overall time required to replace multiple parts at different times.
Better Stopping Power
Precision cross-drilled for maximum cooling and optimum performance.
Chamfered drill holes and rounded slots to minimize stress cracking.
Dust-Free Braking Performance
Slotted friction surface sweeps away gasses, dust, and water.
No modifications are needed to your vehicle
A - CALIPER: The caliper is a crucial component of the braking system. It houses the brake pads and is responsible for applying pressure to the pads, which in turn clamp down on the brake discs.
B - INSPECTION HOLE: The inspection hole is a small opening or window present in some brake calipers. It provides a visual means of checking the condition of the brake pads without removing the caliper or disassembling the braking system.
C - BRAKE PADS: Brake pads are essential components of the braking system designed to create friction against the brake discs. When the brake pedal is pressed, the caliper forces the brake pads to make contact with the rotating discs, causing friction that slows down or stops the vehicle.
D - DISC: The brake disc, also known as a rotor, is a circular metal component that is attached to the wheel hub. When the brake pedal is engaged, the caliper clamps the brake pads onto the brake disc's surface, generating friction and ultimately slowing down or stopping the vehicle.