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2011 Grand Cherokee overland brake issue. HELP!!!!!

I have a 2011 Grand Cherokee with brakes. I have replaced the pads with aftermarket parts but I still hear brakes squeeze and shaking problems whenever I apply the brake. So my question what is the best pads and hubs? And where can I get the best price? Is the oem best choice?

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Best is relative. Did you replace your rotors and pads or just pads?
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Re: 2011 Grand Cherokee overland brake issue. HELP!!!!!

If you did just the pads, did you bed them in properly?
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Re: 2011 Grand Cherokee overland brake issue. HELP!!!!!

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Best is relative. Did you replace your rotors and pads or just pads?
Thanks for replying.
I only replaced them with aftermarket pads. For rotors, only did resurfacing.
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Re: 2011 Grand Cherokee overland brake issue. HELP!!!!!

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If you did just the pads, did you bed them in properly?
Thanks for the reply.
I hopefully did. I just think they are poor quality.
Any of you tried good ones in terms of price and quality?
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Re: 2011 Grand Cherokee overland brake issue. HELP!!!!!

I almost always use EBC pads. From the race bike to the wife's car and everything inbetween. However, a good friend has had excellent things to say about the Power Stop Z36 kit he got for his F150.
Whatever you choose, if you do not replace rotors, you should resurface them for best results.
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Thanks for replying.
I only replaced them with aftermarket pads. For rotors, only did resurfacing.
There's your problem. Get yourself some new rotors. Resurfacing is what they used to do in the good old days. Today it's one and done since by the end of your pad life rotors will be near or below minimum thickness.
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Re: 2011 Grand Cherokee overland brake issue. HELP!!!!!

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There's your problem. Get yourself some new rotors. Resurfacing is what they used to do in the good old days. Today it's one and done since by the end of your pad life rotors will be near or below minimum thickness.
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