How to Remove the Front Rotors of a 1997 F-150?

Answer The 1997 Ford F-150 uses front rotor disk brakes to stop the truck, applying pads hydraulically to the rotor surface and bringing the truck to a halt. These rotors can wear thin or be damaged by de... Read More »

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How to Remove Front Brake Rotors From a 1997 Chevy 2500?

The brake rotors on the Chevy 2500 pickup truck generally are made of cast iron. The rotors are subject to a great deal of stress as you operate the brakes to slow or stop the truck. As you push th... Read More »

How to Replace the Front Brake Rotors on a 1997 Ford F-150?

Replacing your rotors in a timely manner is an important aspect of keeping your Ford F-150's braking system in good condition. Over time, the brake rotor's surface can wear down, eventually making ... Read More »

How to Change the Front Rotors on 1997 Ford F250 Pickup?

The front brakes on the Ford F-250 bear a greater share of the wear during braking than the rear brakes. Disc brakes (as found on the front of the Ford truck) are an assembly of brake calipers, pad... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Rotors on a Toyota Tacoma?

The rotors on your Tacoma should typically last through three sets of brake pads. That does not account for severe driving conditions, however, such as continuous towing or everyday travel on mount... Read More »