Jeep Wrangler 2011, Slotted and Cross Drilled Rotors by Alloy USA®. These slotted and cross drilled rotors will shed heat, water and brake dust to ensure your brake pads maintain contact for optimal stopping power. They're sold in pairs and available for the front and the rear.
- Slotted and cross drilled to vent heat and shed water and brake dust
- Keeps brake pads clean for superior grip
- Keeps brake rotors and pads cooler for reduced brake fade
- Directly replaces OE brake rotors
- Backed by a 5-year limited warranty
- Slots and drilled holes provide dust and water dissipation
- Slots help to increase pad bite and improve air circulation
- Cross-drilled holes provide increased cooling
- Reduce stopping distances in wet weather
A layer of heat, gasses from the hot brake pads, and brake dust can build up between the brake pads and rotors, inhibiting pad contact and reducing grip. And if it's raining add water to the mix for even less pad contact. Reduced pad contact equals longer stopping distances and the potential for an accident.
These brake rotors from Alloy USA are slotted and cross drilled to eliminate these problems. The slots provide an escape path for gasses, brake dust and water, and serve to keep the brake pad surface clean, while the cross drilled passages help with cooling to reduce rotor and pad temperatures. As a result the brake pads stay in contact with the rotors for increased grip, and the cooler temperatures reduce the chance for brake fade even after repeated stops from high speed. You get shorter stopping distances for increased driving safety.
These brake rotors directly replace your OE units; no modifications to your brake system are required. They're backed by a 5-year limited warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Alloy USA® is a division of Ultra Axle LLC, an affiliate of Omix-Ada, Inc., which is based in Suwanee, Georgia. The company manufactures axle shafts and other drivetrain solutions for racing and off-road vehicles. Alloy USA marries the mechanics of engineering with the art of manufacturing to produce the finest drivetrain products. Horsepower is useless unless you can get it to the ground, so Alloy USA engineers develop, test, race, and trail ride each product until it’s perfected. Then, and only then, can it be sold to you the customer.