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Re: need bracket to install the front end tag
You can normally contact a Ford Dealership otherwise potentially order the part via the manufacturer directly. Make sure to contact a local dealer ship to see if they have the part in stock or can order the part for your purchase. Chances are if you figure out the part number/stock number for that part you could possibly even find it else where cheaper on ebay or some one have one on craigslist.
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Hi, first you will need to decide what all you need to purchase to do the brake job right, in order to figure out what needs to be replaced take the tires off and look at the pads, if they have less than 3/8 of an inch left on them it is probably time to replace them, then look at the rotors to see if they are grooved or rust pitted. after you purchase the parts from your parts store you can take off the tires and remove the two caliper slide bolts to take the caliper off to replace the pads, if you need new rotors you will also need to remove the caliper brackets to get the rotors off the hub(which may require a few taps with a hammer to break them free). there are two more bolts that hold the brackets onto the spindles. when you remove the old pads pay attention to how they are sitting on the caliper i.e. the direction, where the wear indicators are. installation is basically the opposite of removal. but make sure that you lubricate both of the slide pins on the caliper and the points on the pads where they slide on the bracket. good luck