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What size rotors are on a 2008 dodge avenger?

The 10.31 inch rotors are for the 2 wheel drive models and the 11.89 inch rotors are for the all-wheel drive models.

What size are the rotors on a Dodge Avenger?

Replacement for 2008 – 2014 Dodge Avenger – 11.61″ (295mm) Diameter Rotors.

How do I know what size my rotors are?

Call your local OEM dealer and ask for the original rotor sizes or OEM rotor/pads part numbers based on your vehicle’s VIN number (VIN# is referenced in your ownership papers). The dealership may not tell you the rotor size, but they will give you the genuine part numbers for your vehicle.

What size rotors are on a 2010 Dodge Avenger RT?

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Notes: Rotor only, *302mm Rotor *Replace in pairs for best performance.

What size socket do I need to change rotors?

You’ll need (if I remember correctly) a 17mm socket and/or wrench to remove the bolt which will allow you to open the rear brake caliper(s) and remove the brake pads, and then a 14mm socket and/or wrench to remove the two bolts holding the caliper on the rear spindle/upright. Make sure you don’t mix the shims up.

What size rotors are on a 2011 Dodge Avenger?

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Notes: Rotor only, *302mm Rotor *Replace in pairs for best performance.

What size rotors are on a 2012 Dodge Avenger?

Notes: Rotor only, *302mm Rotor *Replace in pairs for best performance.

How do I choose rotors?

How to Select Brake Rotors

  1. Smooth rotors offer the quietest operation, lowest dust and longest pad life. …
  2. Drilled rotors offer slightly more bite and friction than slotted rotors. …
  3. Slotted &amp, Drilled rotors offer a compromise, midway between the benefits of slotted rotors and drilled rotors.

Are front and rear rotors the same size?

The fitment front and rear are going to be extremely different. Not only is the diameter and braking surface completely different sizes, the rear disks have a separate machined area inside the hat (the part where it attaches to the hub) which is used for the parking brake. The front one has no such provision.

Does the size of the rotor matter?

The simplest brake upgrade, to gain sheer stopping power, is upsizing rotor size. You can exchange brake pads, experimenting with different material compounds for feel and durability, but rotor size has a much more significant influence on absolute brake performance.

What size rotors are on a 2013 Dodge Avenger?

Notes: Rotor only, *302mm Rotor *Replace in pairs for best performance.

What size wrench do I need to change my brake pads?

Hand Tools

You at least need a set of 3/8″ (drive size) sockets set with sizes 8-19mm. Some vehicles use Allen or Torx bits for the caliper guide pins. Torx and Allen bits are not interchangeable.

Is a 2011 Dodge Avenger rear wheel drive?

The Dodge Avenger is a front-wheel drive, mid-sized sedan that was marketed by Dodge.

What kind of brakes does a 2012 Dodge Avenger have?

Dodge Avenger 2012, Posi Quiet™ Extended Wear Semi-Metallic Disc Brake Pads by Centric®.

Which rotors are the best?

Our Expert’s Top 5 Brake Rotors

Editor’s Picks Brand Rating
Best Overall Bosch QuietCast Premium Disc Brake Rotor 4.6
Best Budget Buy ACDelco Silver Front Disc Brake Rotor 4.7
Best Cast Iron Brembo UV Coated Front Disc Brake Rotor 5.0
Best Drilled Power Stop Front Evolution Drilled &amp, Slotted Rotor Pair 4.6

Does it matter what rotors you buy?

Unfortunately, there’s no way to judge the quality of a rotor by its appearance alone. An economy rotor may appear to be nearly identical to a premium-quality rotor, but the metallurgy is often far different. There are many different grades of cast iron, and some make much better brake rotors than others.

Should I replace all 4 rotors?

You do not need to replace all 4 rotors at the same time, but it is recommended to replace the rotors and pads as a set for each axle front or back at the same time. If the front brakes need to be replaced but the rear brakes are not worn out yet, then you do not need to replace the rear brakes.

Why are bigger rotors better?

The larger rotors not only provide more power but they also put less strain on your forearms and shoulders since you don’t need to pull the brakes as hard, keeping you fresher for longer and allowing you to ride more actively.

How do I know if I have front or rear rotors?

The larger rotors not only provide more power but they also put less strain on your forearms and shoulders since you don’t need to pull the brakes as hard, keeping you fresher for longer and allowing you to ride more actively.

Can you use front rotors on rear?

Often front and rear rotors are different. Sometimes the front rotors are larger, and in many cases, rear rotors are slightly different to accommodate the parking brake. One quick option would be to find part numbers for front and rear rotors for your vehicle and see if they’re the same part.