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I need to know what type of brakes are on the front and back of my 1995 blazer. Also, what tools will I need to have, and step by step directions on how to relplace the brakes.

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On the front regular brake pads on the back calipers.go out and buy them and tell them you need the front brake pads and also the back brake calipers,also give them the year and model of your car truck and good luck

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