Originally Posted by Jeepster910
I agree! That is about the only complaint I have had on Jeep.
I do think that the brakes should be heavier duty especially if there is tow group involved or off road package.
Heat is what warps the rotors. A better heat dissipation system and larger rotors is what is needed.
I hope the new 2014 Cherokees are much better.
There were a pretty good series of GCs where it wasn't heat warping the rotors, it was cheap parts and over torque or just uneven torque of wheels that warped them.
If the OP's rotors warp so soon, they have either been overtorqued or were defective.
Heat, you can sorta spot but I'd ask a local brake guru to take a peak.
There are several really good aftermarket rotors that beat the heck out of the Mopars, but they are pricier. Again a good brake guru could help.
Some of the slotted rotors are poorly made, but sticking with a hot rodder brand should get you good ones.