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    2005 Dodge Magnum Brake Rotors and Pads

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    Year: 2005
    Make: Dodge
    Model: Magnum
    Trim: Select Model First
    All Rotors: OEM x Coated x Drilled, Slotted and Coated x
    Front x Rear x
    All Pads: Ceramic x Semi-metallic x
    Front x Rear x

    Found 28 record

    OEM Replacement Brake Rotor
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: 320mm
    Part No: BR53022
    Raybestos: 780255
    OE: 4779196AB
    $47.03 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    OEM Replacement Brake Rotor
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: 345mm
    Part No: BR53023
    Raybestos: 780256
    OE: 4779197AB
    $61.49 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    OEM Replacement Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: Solid
    Part No: BR53021
    Raybestos: 780254
    OE: 4779208AB
    $39.04 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    OEM Replacement Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: Vented
    Part No: BR53024
    Raybestos: 780257
    OE: 4779209AC
    $46.75 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    OEM Replacement Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: 350mm
    Part No: BR575115
    Raybestos: 780395
    OE:
    $67.05 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: 320mm
    Part No: PP53022
    Raybestos: 780255
    OE: 4779196AB
    $68.27 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: 345mm
    Part No: PP53023
    Raybestos: 780256
    OE: 4779197AB
    $83.65 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: Solid
    Part No: PP53021
    Raybestos: 780254
    OE: 4779208AB
    $52.49 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: Vented
    Part No: PP53024
    Raybestos: 780257
    OE: 4779209AC
    $62.82 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: 350mm
    Part No: PP575115
    Raybestos: 780395
    OE:
    $84.67 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Drilled, Slotted and Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: FRONT LEFT
    Fitment Notes: 320mm
    Part No: SP53022L
    Raybestos: 780255
    OE: 4779196AB
    $104.72 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Drilled, Slotted and Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: FRONT RIGHT
    Fitment Notes: 320mm
    Part No: SP53022R
    Raybestos: 780255
    OE: 4779196AB
    $104.72 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Drilled, Slotted and Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR LEFT
    Fitment Notes: Solid
    Part No: SP53021L
    Raybestos: 780254
    OE: 4779208AB
    $84.89 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Drilled, Slotted and Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR RIGHT
    Fitment Notes: Solid
    Part No: SP53021R
    Raybestos: 780254
    OE: 4779208AB
    $84.89 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Drilled, Slotted and Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR LEFT
    Fitment Notes: Vented
    Part No: SP53024L
    Raybestos: 780257
    OE: 4779209AC
    $95.22 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Drilled, Slotted and Coated Brake Rotor
    Position: REAR RIGHT
    Fitment Notes: Vented
    Part No: SP53024R
    Raybestos: 780257
    OE: 4779209AC
    $95.22 each
    Per Car QTY: 2
    Ultra Plus Rotor
    Position: FRONT LEFT
    Fitment Notes: 345mm, Cross Drilled And Slotted, designed for Police
    Part No: UP575114L
    Raybestos: 780256P
    OE:
    $109.24 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Ultra Plus Rotor
    Position: FRONT RIGHT
    Fitment Notes: 345mm, Cross Drilled And Slotted, designed for Police
    Part No: UP575114R
    Raybestos: 780256P
    OE:
    $109.24 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Ultra Plus Rotor
    Position: REAR LEFT
    Fitment Notes: 350mm, Cross Drilled And Slotted, designed for Police
    Part No: UP575115L
    Raybestos: 780395
    OE:
    $120.62 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Ultra Plus Rotor
    Position: REAR RIGHT
    Fitment Notes: 350mm, Cross Drilled And Slotted, designed for Police
    Part No: UP575115R
    Raybestos: 780395
    OE:
    $120.62 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Premium Plus Ceramic Pads
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: With Hardware, w/o HD Brakes
    Part No: PD1056C
    Raybestos: 1056
    OE:
    $39.53 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Premium Plus Ceramic Pads
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: With Hardware w/ HD Brakes
    Part No: PD1058C
    Raybestos: 1058
    OE:
    $39.92 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Premium Plus Ceramic Pads
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: With Hardware, w/o HD Brakes
    Part No: PD1057C
    Raybestos: 1057
    OE:
    $38.74 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Semi-Metallic Pads
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: w/o HD Brakes
    Part No: SMD1056
    Raybestos:
    OE:
    $27.27 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Semi-Metallic Pads
    Position: FRONT
    Fitment Notes: w/ HD Brakes
    Part No: SMD1058
    Raybestos:
    OE:
    $27.86 each
    Per Car QTY: 1
    Semi-Metallic Pads
    Position: REAR
    Fitment Notes: w/o HD Brakes
    Part No: SMD1057
    Raybestos:
    OE:
    $25.18 each
    Per Car QTY: 1

    Choosing the right brakes for your 2005 Dodge Magnum is essential for maintaining optimal performance and safety on the road. With various options available, it can be overwhelming to make the right decision. However, by considering a few key factors, you can select brakes that suit your driving style and the specific needs of your vehicle. This article will guide you through the process of choosing brakes for your 2005 Dodge Magnum.

    1. Determine your driving style: Understanding how you typically drive your Dodge Magnum is crucial in selecting the right brakes. If you drive more aggressively or often navigate hilly terrains, you may benefit from performance-oriented brakes. On the other hand, if you primarily use your Magnum for regular commuting and do not engage in intense driving, standard or economy brakes may be more suitable.

    2. Consider brake types: There are primarily three types of brakes available for your 2005 Dodge Magnum: organic, semi-metallic, and ceramic. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages.

    - Organic brakes: These are made of a non-metallic compound that delivers smooth and quiet operation. They provide good stopping power at lower speeds but may wear faster and generate more dust.

    - Semi-metallic brakes: These brakes have a mix of metal fibers and filler materials. They offer excellent heat dissipation, making them suitable for more demanding driving conditions. However, they can be noisier and generate more dust than organic brakes.

    - Ceramic brakes: Ceramic brakes are known for their low noise levels, reduced dust generation, and enhanced heat resistance. They provide a longer lifespan compared to both organic and semi-metallic brakes. Though they are more expensive, they can be a worthwhile investment if you prioritize long-lasting performance and reduced maintenance.

    3. Consider brake pad quality: Brake pad quality is another crucial aspect to consider. Opting for reputable brands with a track record of producing high-quality and reliable brake pads is recommended. They might be slightly more expensive, but they can provide better performance, reliability, and durability.

    4. Determine if you need additional performance upgrades: Assessing your braking system's overall condition and considering any necessary upgrades is important. If your Magnum has worn-out rotors or if you're looking to improve the overall braking performance, it might be a good idea to replace the rotors when changing the brake pads. Upgraded rotors can enhance heat dissipation and improve stopping power. Additionally, upgrading your brake lines to stainless steel can increase pedal responsiveness and improve brake modulation.

    5. Seek expert advice if needed: If you're unsure about which brakes to choose or need assistance in making the right decision, consider consulting with a trusted mechanic or an automotive specialist. They can assess your driving habits, vehicle requirements, and offer personalized recommendations based on their expertise.

    In conclusion, choosing the right brakes for your 2005 Dodge Magnum involves considering your driving style, the different brake types available, their respective advantages and disadvantages, brake pad quality, and any potential performance upgrades. By carefully evaluating these factors and seeking expert advice if needed, you can select brakes that optimize your vehicle's performance, safety, and your driving experience.