I will edit the thread and post more details as I get some more time...
A big thank you to SCOTT (Scottina11heat) for paving the way and supporting me with my many PM's and Q's...
And to my kids for understanding why I may not be able to send them to college..and my wife for not throwing me out of the house..
2013 Dodge Durango R/T AWD
-2012 JEEP SRT8 OEM Brembo Calipers (6 Piston front) - WeRmopar $280 each
-2012 JEEP SRT8 OEM Brembo Calipers (4 Piston rear) - WeRmopar $300 each
-Brembo Sport Drilled Rotors Front - 15" (380mm) - TireRack $330
-Brembo Sport Drilled Rotors Rear - 13.8" (350mm) - TireRack $293
-Bendix (Jurid) MKD1405 Front Semi-Metallic Pads - RockAuto $32
-StopTech (Centric) Rear Para-Amid Pads - RockAuto $48
-GoodRidge Stainless Steel Brake Lines F+R (Part #15010) - $140 TireRack
-ATE Dot 4 Brake Fluid - $15 TireRack
-Caliper Pin & AR Clip kit F+R (Centric) - $16 each Rock Auto
I just want to stress how important properly bedding in new brakes pads and rotors is...
When I left the shop and drive home the new brakes felt much worse than the factory/OE durango brakes. The pedal was soft, pedal travel was farther, and they felt overall like a$$ ! it was POURING rain so I just drove the 30 miles home in moderate traffic carefully and parked the truck. Next day drove to and from work same thing...
Finally I get home from work day 2 and its nice out so I drive over to a big empty lot and did 30 stops from 30mph with 30 seconds cool down between each stop...and now THEY STOPPPPP ! Feels no worse but I think a bit better than the old OE DD setup. I will know more over the next Few days as I drive them a bit harder and cover more ground...
Here are some pics:
SS LINES FRONT:
SS LINES REAR: