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There has to be an alternative somewhere that would work. problem is truck uses 5x5.50 lug pattern versus 5x5' for jeep. Find that thread and it had a Wagner or Carquest number for a rotor.

There has to be an alternative somewhere that would work. I havent upgraded my master cylinder yet because i didnt think the pedal feel was as bad as others have said The kit appears to be the same spec as the JK export option 13" rotors & dual-pison calipers. An Aussie lad on another forum got the part numbers & said most of the ones sold by his dealer in OZ were equipped with them. I went ahead and ordered a better set of pads for the front which I can't use now.I've been googling for days and read some believe it to be the Dodge Ram 1500 pad.Without knowing we have trouble judging use in our specific application and when considering other mods already in use (rear pads for example). I'd really like to be able to weigh my alternatives on pad choice.

Without knowing we have trouble judging use in our specific application and when considering other mods already in use (rear pads for example).Any pad with that designation would fit a 20 front axle, & probably cars and trucks from other manufacturers. HEMI 6.1L - 4.88 Gears - OME HD Lift - OME Steering Stab - Front & Rear RK Trackbar Relocation Bracket - ARB Deluxe Front Bumper - Warn 9.5cti - IPF XS900 - 35" Cooper STT - 17" Ruged Ridge Wheels - ARB Diff Covers - AEV Rear Corner Guards - Mopar Rear Light Guards - Rugged Ridge Hi Lift Mount - Daystar Dash Top - Daystar Switch Panel - Pioneer AVH 4100 - 2x MB Quart Component Sets - 1x R. AMP - 1x Pioneer AMP - 1x Pioneer Small Sub Enclosure At first glance Ram 1500 calipers & rotors look very similar to the TF BBK, however I learned the rotor hat on the Ram is taller.The only way you'd know would be to buy a set for the Ram and roll the dice. FWIW, I've had the TF kit on my '09 for quite some time now and its the fix, works great and is getting reasonable pad & rotor wear. Get the master cyl, too, if you have one earlier than '10. 4" Teraflex long arm, Teraflex R44 housing, Teraflex / Fox Resis, Poly skids, Nemesis Billy Rockers, Nemesis flares, 37" ATZ P3s on 17" 5x5.5" Trailready HDs, Spyntec hubs, Yukon Hardcore lockout hubs, Teraflex BBK, Mopar BBK master/booster, Superior front & G2 rear axle shafts, CTMs, Reids, Synergy drag link & tie rod, 5.38s, TF Dual Rate front bar, TF bumpers, Warn Powerplant, Tom Woods shafts, AA xfer case cable, Kilby canister relo, RH4x4 cage. Teraflex 2.5 lift Fox shocks, Nitto Trail Grappler 35s on XD Addicts, 5.38s, Ten Factory rear shafts, Riddler diff covers, Purejeep front axle truss and Teraflex gussets, Tatton front driveline, Rugged Ridge Modular front bumper with XRC8 Comp winch, Superchips programmer, Volant intake, MBRP exhaust, Hella H4 headlight conversion, Body Armor "not so Extreme" Rock Rails, in-cab winch control, Best Top Trek Top.-Sold I got word from Teraflex that the rotors are proprietary and there is no off the shelf substitute.I would find a Dodge 1500 forum and see what type of performance pads that forum members are using.Rubi_Kong, when searching for pads, look for the ones with reference number D1084.Tera Flex buys the pads directly from a manufacture plant that makes pads for several different brands of pads.