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Breaks and tires are designed to wear. Breakpad materials are pretty well standardized. The wear rate of your breakpads is directly proportional to the force exerted on them (if you have a heavier car and drive fast, you will be required to exert more force on the break pads) and the duration of breaking in general. Seeing as your brakes AND tires are wearing relatively quickly (most tires are designed for 25,000 - 50,000 miles) it is likely that this problem is due to abusive(fast/frequent stopping) driving and not a design flaw on the part of Dodge. I hope potential Journey buyers don't see your review and decide not to buy it as a result. Also, at tirerack.com there are 48 different tires that fit this vehicle, starting as low as $108 per tire.Report it
codeinfo really 48 different tires????? I did go to tirerack.com and if your journey comes with this size 225/55R19 they only sell one kumho. And these start at $200.00 each. The problem on the 3.6 is that the car is a heavy car 4000+lb and if you only have front wheel drive it will burn out very easy. If I would have know that I would have taken a AWD. I how ever wonder if the original post is about a 2010, the 2011 have upgraded brake pads and rotors. The 2009 and 2010 rotors are about 2" smaller than the 2011 and 2012Report it
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