On or off trail, your Jeep tears through obstacles with dauntless precision, but your rig's prowess isn't due to acceleration alone—its ability to stop at the drop of a dime is half of what makes every drive a phenomenal experience. If your brakes have started to screech or stick, your ability to stop may be compromised and could potentially endanger your vehicle and passengers. Whether you need Jeep Cherokee calipers, rotors or other brake parts, 4WD.com has the stocks you need to keep your brakes smooth and responsive.
Maintain Stopping Power
Regular and expedient brake maintenance is crucial for keeping your Jeep Cherokee in prime operating condition. If you hear a persistent squeal from your brakes or other indicators of brake failure, it's imperative to address the repairs as soon as possible to ensure your adventures are never cut short due to a loss in stopping power. Use 4WD.com's interactive Jeep Grand Cherokee brake line diagram to identify and locate the best parts for repairing your brakes, whether you need an item as small as caliper support clips or as large as an entirely new Jeep Cherokee brake caliper.
Small Parts Included
Looking for a Jeep XJ brake caliper? A new set of brake pads? 4WD.com stocks every part needed to repair or rebuild your brakes from the ground up. We believe locating the different seals, drums and bushings needed for your Jeep shouldn't require multiple trips, even if you have an older model vehicle. To help our fellow jeepers get back on the road as quickly as possible, 4WD.com offers several brake kits that provide every bolt, washer and impossible-to-find part for your next brake repair.
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There's nothing worse than discovering an ill-fitting part standing between the road and you. 4WD.com matches parts with vehicle year and model to ensure a perfect fit for your vehicle. In addition to providing the best fit, we offer a simple 90-day price match for our customers so you never pay more than market value. Stop ignoring that brake squeal and place your order today to get back to doing what you do best: owning the road.