How to Install Brake Pads & Rotors
We're installing brake pads and rotors on our 2014 Camaro! Don't be intimidated! It's not too hard to do...
For our cars, you could pay around $500 - $1,000 TO JUST REPLACE #BRAKES AND #ROTORS. Guys, it's time to just do it yourself - it's actually NOT that hard to do! It'll take some normal tools, some cleaners, and your time to do this. In this video, we show you how to replace the brake pads and rotors on a 5th Gen V6 camaro.
WATCH THE HOW-TO VIDEO
FOR THOSE WITH MULTIPLE PISTONS IN YOUR CALIPER:
You need to press them ALL in at the same time. My suggestion would be placing the old brake pads (or a piece of wood) in, and using a grip to give even pressure to all the pistons. This is honestly the hardest part of this whole process is getting that piston(s) pressed in.
FOR OTHER CARS:
The process is very similar to how we do it. Your caliper may look different, or your rotors may be smaller, but essentially it's the same thing. Remove your wheels, unbolt the calipers, replace the rotor, replace the pads, bolt everything back up and you're good.
Thank you to Bagheera's Sponsor BraketimeUSA for the beautiful new dimpled and slotted rotors in Gold Zinc!