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SRT10 calipers

Posted: Thu Apr 22, 2021 12:31 pm
by w2dodge
Looking at a set of rear SRT10 calipers from 04 ram...will it fit my 05 PW?..They look the same.. .I'm in the process of doing rear brake job...figured it be a score ...if it possible..

Re: SRT10 calipers

Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2021 9:36 pm
by w2dodge
Pics....

Re: SRT10 calipers

Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2021 10:29 pm
by RustyPW
I don't think there is anything special about the SRT 10 brakes. This is from wikipedia.

The brakes for the 2004 model (front and rear) and 2005-06 (rear) were modified from the Ram Heavy Duty truck for use in the Ram SRT-10. The standard ABS-equipped brakes were fitted with 15 in (381 mm) rotors in front and 14 in (356 mm) rotors out back. 2004 models used red-painted two-piston sliding brake calipers front and rear; these were replaced with larger four-piston monoblock calipers up front in 2005–06, designed by TRW and unique to the SRT-10. Two NASCAR-inspired brake cooling ducts integrated into the front fascia provide cooling for the Ram SRT-10's brakes.

Re: SRT10 calipers

Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2021 4:13 am
by w2dodge
Yes your right.. I just threw up here...for any one coming across a set....powder coated.. is a plus ....where I live...rust issues...

Re: SRT10 calipers

Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2021 2:46 pm
by Bill2014
Just replaced all four Brakes and Rotors yesterday with EBC yellow stuff pads and EBC GD Sport Rotors. ~$800

Only part way through bedding and break in process so far and the improvement is significant.

I opted not to do the calipers because all 4 were fully functional and the best pads give the most improvement bang for the buck by far. The OEM rotors started pulsing after the truck was only a few months old - these rotors should handle the heavy load braking better.
EBC brakes.jpg

Re: SRT10 calipers

Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2021 6:50 pm
by RustyPW
Bill2014 wrote:
Fri Apr 30, 2021 2:46 pm
Just replaced all four Brakes and Rotors yesterday with EBC yellow stuff pads and EBC GD Sport Rotors. ~$800

Only part way through bedding and break in process so far and the improvement is significant.

I opted not to do the calipers because all 4 were fully functional and the best pads give the most improvement bang for the buck by far. The OEM rotors started pulsing after the truck was only a few months old - these rotors should handle the heavy load braking better.

EBC brakes.jpg
I've been using this combo for years and love it. I also have stainless brake lines instead of the rubber hoses too. For brake fluid. I use Motul 600. In my track car. I use Castrol SRF. It's about $70 a liter.