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· Backwoods Hillbilly
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I've got the same ones that rock does as far as rotors go and they do very well. However, I don't take the D off the beaten path like I do the Jeep, so I don't know how well they'd handle the mud. Supposedly, the drilled rotors tend to trap the mud. Best bet for off-road purposes would be simply slotted rotors.
 
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