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PUTTING BRAKES PADS BACK ON REAR BRAKES FOR 2005 CHEVY SILVERADO CRU CAB

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    vallot44 Jan 19, 2013

    HOW DO I PUT ON THE HORSE SHOE COLLAR CLAMP HAVING TOUBLE PUTTING IT BACK ON .

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Did you remove both sides? its fairly simple just got to remember gow you removed them first you have to compress the caliper piston install the bads in the caliper bracket then place caliper over the pads bolt it up the press the brakes befor you move or they will need to be pumped could cause an accident

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