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Need to replace front and rear pads for 2006 F-150 2 wheel drive Lariat 4 door. Engine 5.8. Please explain the procedure in detail and any tricks and supplies as well as tools required. Thank your

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You might want to read the link below. It has pictures on how to replace pads.

http://www.f150online.com/forums/articles-how-tos/384741-how-change-out-front-brake-pads-04-08-f150.html

You might also want to read the post I did on this link also.

http://www.justanswer.com/questions/2o27c-i-need-to-replace-the-rotors-and-pads-on-my-2006-f-150-2wd

There is not tricks on replacing pads. As for tools you need a socket set and a C-clamp as in the first post with pictures.

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