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Power Stop Front Brake Kit Write-Up & Install Guide

Power Stop Jeep JK Front Brake Kit Write-Up & Install Guide

Power Stop Z36 Truck & Tow Front Brake Kit



2014 Part Numbers & Pricing

Front: K3097-36 ($179.00)
Rear: K3090-36 ($176.00)
Front & Rear: K2798-36 ($356.00)

REAR WRITE-UP & INSTALL GUIDE LINK

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=291577 (CLICK ON LINK)

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Company Information

Power Stop Extreme Performance brake rotors and pads were first introduced in California in 1995 as a problem solver for the toughest brake challenges. Power Stop is committed to providing the safest and most effective braking solutions for its customer’s at an affordable price.
Power Stop set the standard when it introduced its first performance brake kit, the 1-Click Brake kit in 2011. Power Stop offers a complete line of application specific brake kits that includes as applicable: performance brake rotors, disc brake pads, brake hardware, brake sensors and calipers.
The “1-Click Brake Kit,” has revolutionized the way consumers purchase their brake parts and take the stress and guesswork out of selecting the right pad and rotor combination while delivering maximum performance and reliability. Don’t just Stop – Power Stop!

Brake Kit Information & Specs

Power Stop 1-Click Extreme Truck & Tow Brake Kits offer superior stopping power that is demanded by those that Tow/Haul, as well as the off-road enthusiast. Any time you add weight to a vehicle by hauling a load, towing a trailer, or simply adding a larger wheel/tire combination, you change the operating conditions of your stock brake package. Those operating conditions may exceed the ability of the stock braking components. The Power Stop 1-Click Extreme Truck & Tow Brake Kits are specifically matched components designed to produce the brake torque that is needed due to the increase in wheel diameter or load. The Drilled & Slotted rotors will reduce the heat and the Z36 Extreme Truck & Tow brake pads will provide the extra stopping power to bring your hauler to a halt quickly.





Warranty Information

60 Day Hassle-Free Warranty on top of a 3 year/36k mile warranty on all Power Stop 1- Click Brake Kits.

IMPORTANT BREAK IN PRODECURE

5 moderate to aggressive stops from 40 mph down to 10 mph in rapid succession without letting the brakes cool and do not come to a complete stop. If you're forced to stop, either shift into neutral or give room in front so you can allow the vehicle to roll slightly while waiting for the light. The rotors will be very hot and holding down the brake pedal will allow the pad to create an imprint on the rotor. This is where the judder can originate from.
Then do 5 mod¬erate stops from 35 mph to 5 mph in rapid succession without letting the brakes cool. You should expect to smell some resin as the brakes get hot.
After this is complete, drive around for as long as possible without excessively heating the brakes and without coming to a complete stop (Try for about 5 minutes at moderate speed). This is the cooling stage. It allows the heated resin in the brake pads to cool and cure.
After the brakes have cooled to standard operating temperature, you may use the brakes normally.
For first 100 miles, avoid towing or hauling loads while the pad completes resin cure.

What comes in Power Stop kit

Rotors
Pads
Premium Hardware
Pin Bushing Kit
High Temperature Lubricant





Front Brake Install Guide

Install Time

1-2 Hours

Tools Needed

Refreshment of your choice
Flat Head Screwdriver
C-Clamp
Jack
Jack Stands (2)
½ or 3/8 Ratchet
Ratchet Extension
19 or ¾ Socket
13mm Wrench or Socket
15mm Wrench
21mm Wrench or Socket
Plyers
Brake Clean
Rags
Locktite (Blue)
Blocks or Wheel Chalk

Step 1

Lift Front Of Jeep Off Ground

Make sure you are parked on somewhat level ground. Pull emergency brake, and place one block in front of rear tire, and other in back of opposite rear tire.
Take 19mm/ ¾ Socket and loosen all 10 front lug nuts. (Don’t remove.)
Take jack and place under pumpkin of housing. Jack to proper height and place one jack stand on each side of housing end under axle tubes.



Step 2

Remove One Wheel

Leave other wheel on while during installation.
Remove the 5 loosened lug nuts, and slide wheel off studs.
Place wheel that was removed under frame of front door area.



Step 3

Remove Brake Caliper & Caliper Bracket

Remove Rotor Retainers on studs if they are present. Use flat head or plyers to remove.
Compress piston back with flat head screw driver with gentle force. By doing this, you will not have to bleed your brakes when finished.
Loosen caliper slide bolts with 13mm & 15mm wrenches. Hold 15mm in place while loosening with 13mm.
Move caliper up out of way and place bracket to the side. Make sure caliper it is sitting in safe spot or hanging with bungee and there is no stress on caliper brake lines.
Remove caliper mount bolts with 21mm wrench/socket.









Step 4

Remove Rotor & Install New

Slide rotor off now that caliper has been removed and out of way.
Slide proper marked Power Brake rotor on, and screw on lug nut on to hold in place.
Spray new rotor down with brake clean and wipe down.





Step 5

Prep Caliper Bracket

Remove slide bolts, clean, install new boots clean regrease bolts with provided grease.
Remove old brake hardware and install the new provided hardware as well. Flat lip of shims go up, and tongue clip goes towards outside.








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Step 6

Install Caliper Bracket On To Rotor

Put blue locktite on bolts.
use 18 to tighten back down and torque to 120 ft.lb.







Step 7

Install Power Stop Pads & Piston Caliper

Use provided grease, and lubricate the 3 edges of pads on each side that will slide into shims.
Install pads on each side of rotor.
Wipe down piston caliper, and use provided grease to grease piston and inner caliper where it touches pad. (This will promote brake from having any noise issues.)
Slide caliper over bracket and tighten slide bolts with 13mm and 15mm. Once tight, torque bolts to 26 ft.lb.
Remove lug nut that was holding rotor in place, spray brake clean on rotor and wipe clean one last time.











Step 8

Install Front Wheel & Pump Brake

Slide back on wheel and tighten down all lugs. (Don’t torque at this time.)
Once wheel is reinstalled, open Jeep door and pump brake with hand or foot. That will reseed brake to caliper and reset pads.



Step 9-16

**REPEAT STEPS FOR OPPOSITE SIDE**


Step 17

Final Installation

Remove jack stands and jack.
Remove wheel blocks.
Disengage emergency brake.
Torque all 10 lugs in a cross pattern with 19/ ¾ socket to 95-120 ft.lb. (personal preference)



CONGRATULATIONS!! Your new Power Stop Front Brake Kit is installed!







IMPORTANT BREAK IN PRODECURE

5 moderate to aggressive stops from 40 mph down to 10 mph in rapid succession without letting the brakes cool and do not come to a complete stop. If you're forced to stop, either shift into neutral or give room in front so you can allow the vehicle to roll slightly while waiting for the light. The rotors will be very hot and holding down the brake pedal will allow the pad to create an imprint on the rotor. This is where the judder can originate from.
Then do 5 moderate stops from 35 mph to 5 mph in rapid succession without letting the brakes cool. You should expect to smell some resin as the brakes get hot.
After this is complete, drive around for as long as possible without excessively heating the brakes and without coming to a complete stop (Try for about 5 minutes at moderate speed). This is the cooling stage. It allows the heated resin in the brake pads to cool and cure.
After the brakes have cooled to standard operating temperature, you may use the brakes normally.
For first 100 miles, avoid towing or hauling loads while the pad completes resin cure.



Thank you for taking the time to read over my write-up and install guide!

If you have any further questions for Power Stop, their Facebook page and website link are below.

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Do these brakes really improve stopping ability?

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Installed mine a month ago, very easy and it sure stops a hell of a lot better.

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Installed this kit front and back last week. It is much quieter and stops better than the metal to metal I had in the back.... This is a very complete kit, includes lube, new dust covers, clips the works. I am very impressed with the quality. Bought mine for ~$330 from Jegs for both axles.
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Sweet write up. I will be installing my set this weekend along with my ball joints.
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