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Installing Brembo Brake Pads

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Installing Brembo Brake Pads

Brembo brakes are one of our recommended vehicle brake pads for your car or truck. They not only have some of the highest performance and are also made by a trusted, reliable brand, but they are easy to install.

We’ve compiled several videos to show you firsthand how you can install Brembo brakes and what they look like installed.

Installing Brembo Brake Pads with Basic Tools

Full Brembo Brake Installation

Install Tips for Brembo Brakes

How to Change Front Brembo Brakes

Installing Brembo Brakes in 5 Minutes

Some Tips for Installing Brembo Brakes

Here are some extra tips for installing Brembo brakes into your vehicle.

Do Brembo Brakes Work With My Vehicle?

do brembo brakes fit in my vehicle?

First and foremost, you must ensure your car is compatible. The easiest way to find out if Brembo works with your vehicle is to search for Brembo brakes on Amazon and put your car model at the top. You can immediately filter by anything that works with your vehicle.

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Take Pictures of the Caliper

Take Pictures of the Caliper

You must put them back together afterward, so remember how it’s put together. The easiest way to do so is to take a picture of the caliper before you take it apart.

caliper picture labeled

Pics like these will help you when reassembling the caliper.

What Tools Will You Need?

Here are all the tools you will need to remove the wheel and install your Brembo brake pads:

  • Wheel chocks (2)
  • Floor Jack
  • Breaker Bar
  • Socket wrench
  • Torque wrench
  • Wheel lock key
  • Needle nose pliers
  • C – Clamp or Sears Brake Piston retractor

Other things you may need:

  • Brake Fluid
  • Rags or Shop Towels
  • Rubber or wooden mallet
  • Hole punch or awe

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