The RWD ones def need upgrading but I believe I read the AWD stock ones work fine.
The stainless lines I got were Russell brand. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/rus-694060 The fronts on these definitely weren't meant for an AWD. They were about 4" longer than the old line. After lots of trial and error I ended up having to make a bracket to hold the excess line up closer to the caliper so that nothing was rubbing or being bent too far at full lock. I measured those front lines at 23-24" in length.
Here's the bracket I made that goes under the slide pin bolt and holds the line out of the way.
How does it stop? The grip generally gets better with time as the pads wear in.Finally got the BR9 upgrade done, this forum thread contained all the critical information. For my 2014 RT AWD the Mopar parts used ended up being:
68245095AA Caliper (R)
68245094AA Caliper (L)
68245117AA Caliper Brakets (2)
68248466AA Brake Line R ($36.90)
68248467AA Brake Line L ($118.00) interesting part is it looks identical to the R hose at way more money.
Did the Power Stop Rotors
Top cop pads.
Ended up polishing the faces of the caliber and brackets to make the finish a little nicer.
I did the pad setting procedure in the Top Cop box and it feels like it still hasn't set in yet. I took the retaining tabs off the caliber slide clips as you suggested. I am hoping the peddle firms up with time. Having said that it definitely stops better than the old brakes for sure.How does it stop? The grip generally gets better with time as the pads wear in.
I added photos of the hoses with the wheel from stop to stop in both directions. The part number was a Mopar AWD Pursuit part. I made them work, they don't rub.The hoses in your picture are not the "correct" ones, but if they work all is good...take a pic of the hoses attached to the caliper and the main line so we can see how they are routed--it is always good to have other part options than the standard ones.
They obviously work, but I wonder if they would work better if you swapped them from side to side and put the hook at the top, or am I crazy???I added photos of the hoses with the wheel from stop to stop in both directions. The part number was a Mopar AWD Pursuit part. I made them work, they don't rub.
I originally tried to put them on the "right way" but there is no recess for the hook so they won't lay flat. Had to reverse the sides to get it to work.They obviously work, but I wonder if they would work better if you swapped them from side to side and put the hook at the top, or am I crazy???
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