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Yes, agreed. But the calipers must come off to replace the rotor rings. While I have your attention, can you recommend a good source for replacement rings and locknuts?

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Oh, sorry about that, I missed the rotor replacement part.
Quick search says 121ft/lbs front and 98ft/lbs rear. Need verification from someone “in the know”.
 

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You don’t need to remove the calipers. Fronts- Pop two pins out and remove the center brace bolt and slide the pads out.

Rears - same as above with no center bolt.
Oh, sorry about that, I missed the rotor replacement part.
Quick search says 121ft/lbs front and 98ft/lbs rear. Need verification from someone “in the know”.
From my 2015-2016 guide…

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Details for the rest of us? How many miles, pad type, car, etc? Why do you need new rings?
Having trouble figuring out how to reply. Hope this works. Thanks fumanchu for the chart. pasted that into a word.docx and filed it inmy Charger file. Now - why replace the rings? The OEM pads have worn the ring thickness and left a ridge around the OD of the wear surface on the rotors. Most shops will not turn slotted rotors complaining about tool breakage. I would then remove these rings and replace them with new. Less cost than replacing the complete rotors hats and all.
 

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Having trouble figuring out how to reply. Hope this works. Thanks fumanchu for the chart. Pasted that into a word.docx and filed it in my Charger file. Now - why replace the rings? The OEM pads have worn the ring thickness and left a ridge around the OD of the wear surface on the rotors. Most shops will not turn slotted rotors complaining about tool breakage. I would then remove these rings and replace them with new. Less cost than replacing the complete rotors hats and all. You guys have a better approach?
 

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Babootoo . . . About 30K miles, OEM (Brembo) pads. Dodge SRT 392. Brembo pads must be semi-metallic. They stop great but amazing amounts of dust. Considering EBC Yellow Stuff pads. I am not a track day guy so no need for that level of performance. Your recommendations?
 

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Many have used them with no issues.

Either Z23 or Z26, both are the same carbon fiber pad material and work fine on the street and just about completely dust free.

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