How to Change Your Brake Rotors and Pads

How to Change Your Brake Rotors and Pads - How to Change...

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Unformatted text preview: How to Change Your How to Change Your Brake Rotors and Pads Brake Rotors and Pads Matthew Ho Matthew Ho Required Tools Required Tools Air lift or a jack and stands Pneumatic Impact gun Sockets or wrenches (probably sizes 15,16,17,18,19) C-clamp Pads and rotors Removing the Removing the Tires Tires The first thing that needs to be done is that the car has to be lifted, either using jack stands or a hydraulic lift . After that is done, depending on the car, there will either be four or five lug nuts attaching the tires to the car. Using a pneumatic impact gun would be the easiest way to do this, but using a socket would work as well. The next step would be the removal of all four tires. Calipers Calipers At first glance of the brake assembly system, some may get scared. It is a fairly simple system, the calipers hold onto the brake pads which clamp down onto the brake rotors and cause the tires to stop spinning....
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