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I have have the toughest time with my search for the correct red powder coated calipers for my 2016 Jeep Cherokee KL Trailhawk. I contacted Powerstop and 3 times they told me the KC-6539 kit was the correct kit. I kept questioning them saying that my Jeep had dual piston front calipers and the kit had single piston calipers. Against my gut I bought the kit and sure enough - wrong kit. I see they have a KC-6540 kit which appears to be right, but I think they only come with the front calipers. Has anyone ever purchased the slotted and drilled rotors, brake pads, and red calipers anywhere with success? I have been looking everywhere for more than a month now. And, yes, I know I can just paint the calipers, but I want to buy new powder coated red calipers....if they do indeed exist. Thanks for any help!
 

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I know I can just paint the calipers, but I want to buy new powder coated red calipers....if they do indeed exist. Thanks for any help!
I don't think they do exist. That single piston unit you're looking at is definitely not the right one...馃槑
 

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I feel your pain. Looked high and low and they just ate not out there. I ended up buying Raybestos calipers and having a friend powder coat them for me.
No core charge on the Raybestos as they are New built, now I have my Mopar set ready to powder coat, so I have a constant rotating supply of calipers now.
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I feel your pain. Looked high and low and they just ate not out there. I ended up buying Raybestos calipers and having a friend powder coat them for me.
No core charge on the Raybestos as they are New built, now I have my Mopar set ready to powder coat, so I have a constant rotating supply of calipers now. View attachment 222391
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You saved me the search time. I knew we had someone on here who got calipers power coated red. Thanks for stopping by !
 

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I feel your pain. Looked high and low and they just ate not out there. I ended up buying Raybestos calipers and having a friend powder coat them for me.
No core charge on the Raybestos as they are New built, now I have my Mopar set ready to powder coat, so I have a constant rotating supply of calipers now. View attachment 222391
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your friend did a great job on these! this may be the route I go. Thanks!
 
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