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  • Xtreme Stop Carbon Graphite Brake Pads - Rear

    Pair (11-14 All)

     Item 390202

     MPN# PXD 1465

    Kit include: pads, new brake caliper lube and new brackets

  • Tools Needed: Adjustable End Wrench (Channel Locks) Jack Needle Nose Pliers 3/16 Thin Deep-Well Socket (remove lug nuts) 13 mm socket or wrench (remove brake caliper bolts) Disc Brake Piston Remover (turn in rear caliper piston) Headlamp

  • 1. Ensure vehicle is on a flat hard surface

    2. Remove lug nuts from wheel with 3/16 Deep-well socket

    3. Once you have loosened all lug nuts you will need to raise the car by using a jack. Tire will need

    to be off the ground for removal.

  • 4. Remove tire and begin the process of installing your new brakes. There will be two bolts that

    hold your brake caliper in place. You will need a 13 mm wrench or socket to remove them.

    Below is front view of caliber

    5. You will now use your 13mm socket/wrench to remove the brake calipers. Screws are on the

    rear as shown below.

  • 6. Use flathead screwdriver to break free brake caliper.

  • 7. Remove old brake pads

  • Pads removed

  • 8. Remove old clips, new ones provided

    9. Below is a picture pf new pads and accessories included

  • 10. Old pads next to new pads

    11. Apply brake lube on the back of pads to reduce brake noise (supplied with kit)

  • 12. You will now need to turn your brake caliper piston clockwise to collapse it for new brake

    installation. You will now use your disc brake piston tool and possibly needle nose pliers to

    achieve this. The best way to hold the caliper in place is use you bolt and secure the brake

    caliper in place to screw in your piston.

    Piston, you can see the grooves in the piston to put your tool into

  • 13. Once the piston is screwed in it will be flush with the piston.

    14. You will now install new pads and place caliper back on using 13 mm socket/wrench.

  • You will install tire and let the jack down. You are now ready for the opposite side installation. Aprox

    time for both sides is 1 hour.

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