Question about Chevrolet C1500
First jack up the front end of the truck on both sides and put jack stands under it. Then remove the tires then the brake calipers. Now would be a good time to replace the brake pads also. Some rotors wil then just slide off if you have the kind with the bearing as part of the rotor assembly then you will need to first remove the cotter pin and the dust sleeve then there will be a big nut to undo. now you can slide off the rotor with the bearing be sure to repack the bearings with new grease before installing the new rotors. You will also need to compress the caliper pistons you can do this by opening up your brake fluid lid on the master cylinder and either using big channel locks or whatever is easiest for you.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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