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Need to replace front rotors and brake pads

I need to replace front brake pads and rotors on my 94 Jeep wrangler. I have some mechanical background, can I do this job myself?

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All you have to do is take off your calipers and the rotor will slide right off. Use a C clamp to push the piston of the caliper back in so you can put your new brakes on.

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