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Does the 2003 gmc yukon have rear rotors? and do the brakes need to be changed if the rotors need to be machined?

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Not necessarily, they most likely have rear rotors but they can come with drums.... but im willing to bet money that yours has rotors. And to answer your question if your brakes pads are still good then you defiantly do not need to change them if your rotors need to be machines. But why wouldn't you change them if you have everything apart. Pads are cheap under 30 dollars for the whole rear sets.

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Yes, it has rear Disc Brakes, I would suggest to change the rear pads since they have to remove the rear Brake Calipers to remove the rotors and it wouldn't take much more time or labor to replace the pads at that point. That way when your rear rotors are re-installed and your new brake pads are installed your rear brakes should give you longer service life and better stopping power.

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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