Installing Power Stop Front & Rear Brakes, Pads, Rotors, and Calipers

Installing Power Stop Front & Rear Brakes, Pads, Rotors, and Calipers is definitely something you can do yourself if you have the right tools. You’ll need a jack, jack stands, lug wrench, a socket set, torque wrenches, oh wait – that’s a lot of stuff. Anyway, check out my 3 part video series on how I did it. Doing it yourself can probably save you enough money to go out and buy all those tools so you can use them on other projects. No wait, you have to be a little crazy to work on your own car. So if you like cold hard floors, bloody knuckles, dirty hands, and a sore back, dive it, this stuff is really fun! And when the job is done, it is very rewarding!

VIDEO ONE – THE UNBOXING!

VIDEO TWO – Install Power Stop Front Rotors Calipers Pads & Russell Brake Lines

VIDEO THREE – Rear Install Power Stop Brakes Rotors Calipers Pads Parking – Chevy Tahoe

DISCLAIMER – I AM NOT A PROFESSIONAL MECHANIC, NOT EVEN A MECHINIC BY TRADE. WORKING ON YOUR OWN BRAKES COULD CAUSE DEATH OR DISMEMBERMENT TO YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONES, ONLY UNDERGO THIS JOB IF YOU ARE VERY SURE OF YOUR CAPABILITIES. BY WATCHING THE VIDEOS YOU INDEMNIFY ME OF ANY HARM THAT MAY COME TO YOU OR YOUR FAMILY. THIS IS JUST THE WAY I DID IT.

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