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Discussion in '2001-2005 Explorer Sport Trac' started by Willie Two, June 26, 2011.

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    1. Willie Two

      Willie Two New Member

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      Hi to all. It's been a while since I've been on this awsome site. My Sport Trac has been a great truck (2005). I just replaced my brake pads all around and have decided to replace the front rotors too. Any special tools or tricks to doing this rotor replacement ?? It's a 2005 4WD. Thanks in advance. Willie.
       
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      Nope, you already know you need a 13mm wrench fot the caliper bolts and you need a 15mm wrench (sometimes with breaker bar) for the caliper bracket bolts.

      If you haven't already done it I would suggest taking brake cleaner and cleaning out the sliders (take the rubber grommets off the slider bolts, clean them out with q-tips as well as the caliper brackets inside the slider sleeves) and regrease the sliders with caliper pin grease. The rear calipers are usually worse the the fronts.
       
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      Oh yeah, you'll need a c-clamp to to compress the calipers but you probably already have that if you've replaced the pads.
       
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      Thanks alot for the advice, it's really appreciated !!
       

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