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F250 4x4 tire size 285x75z16 like new tires in back front tires are getting balb -can Idrive


More importantly is this.. why is your tires in the front so worn? Personally I would correct those issues before I would attempt any 4x4 action..

Aug 15, 2014 | 2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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Change front break pads


1.jack up both tire.
2.remove tire.
3.unbolt break caliper.
4.remove old break pads and take cap off break fluid.
5.use pliers or c clamps to push back in caliper to sit ffush.
6.install new break pads
7.reverse process

Nov 08, 2012 | 2005 Pontiac Sunfire

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Tie rods on front wheels need replacing, also need 2 new front tires. Can I have the front tires installed and then put the new tie rods on at home?


Depends on how far your drive is to home, if the tie rods are that bad to make the tires wear then i would only drive it a short distance. Tie rods control inward and outward positions of tire if looking at front of vehicle called (Toe) . When driving strat and a tie rod is damaged or defective and tires ares point in or out all your doing is dragging the tire down the road.

Mar 25, 2011 | 1995 Lincoln Continental

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NEW FRONT TIRES WEARING ON INSIDE


You need to get the alignment checked. It may just be out of alignment or there may be worn ball joints or tie rod ends which are a safety issue. Worn ones can break. Hope this helps.

May 22, 2010 | 2002 Mazda Tribute

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Got new tires got front end alinement got new


most likely been front damaged before or check out the wish bone or shock

Mar 31, 2010 | 2002 Nissan Sentra

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Step by step instructions on replacing front and rear brakes on 1993 camry


1) Jack up car
2)remove lug nuts
3)remove tire
4)unbolt brake caliper
5)remove old brakes
6)install new brakes
7)reinstall break caliper
8)reinstall tire
9)reinstall lug nuts
10)let car down
11)repeat procedure for other wheels

Jan 16, 2010 | 1993 Toyota Camry V6

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What tires to replace first


Have the technician replacing the tires put the best 2 used tires on the rear of the cars and put the new ones on the front. You do your steering and braking with the front tires and if you were to have a blow-out, you want it to happen on the rear tires so that you can maintain maximum control with the good front tires.

Jul 24, 2009 | 1998 Ford Crown Victoria

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Changing the front brake pads.


first off, you need to buy the break pads, break caliper spreader, and you need to know if the bolts have a allen wrench head or a torques head, you can find that out by turning your wheel all the way to the left after you remove the front left tire, take a small hand mirror and look on the back side of the calliper, once you know what it is, you need the socket or wrench that fits it, remove the bolts, then the calliper will pull off by wiggleing it off, then remove the outside pad, take the break calliper spreader and place it the way the break pad sat and screw it pushing the calliper cylinder back as far as possible, then take the calliper spreader off and remove the other pad, install the new pads into the break calliper and replace the calliper back onto the router, (the round disc the calliper was on) line up the holes on the calliper and replace the bolts.......once you have put the calliper back on you must pump the peddle untill they are hard again, about 3-6 times or untill you cant go to the floor anymore. once they are solid again, replace your tire and you should be good to go.....................hope this helps.

Jun 27, 2009 | 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix

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How do I change front brake pads


You will first need to have a car jack, proceed to jack up the front side of the car you want to work on. Make sure you place the jack on the proper location, refer to instruction in manual. Take off your tire, now the whole brake assembly is visible, there will be two bolts on back of the brake unit. One at the top and one at the bottom. Unscrew both of these and proceed to slide the used pads and the unit you've just unscrewed. Make sure you clean off all dirt, rust and break pad rosedew. Now you'll need a C-clamp, The piece with the rubber protector on it needs to be compressed back into its compartment with the use of your C-clamp. Now that the unit is clean and the compressor is back in the chamber it's time to replace the small steel break sliders with the new ones provided with your new break set, slide your new breaks into those slots, beside the router. Your almost finished, just slide the break compressor back over the breaks and bolt the unit back on, make sure you tighten the bolts well , as these are your breaks and they will save your life. The only thing to do now is clean your tire inside and out while its off and put it back on your car. Have fun and don't worry it's easy.

Apr 16, 2009 | Mazda RX-8 Cars & Trucks

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