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Power Stop Z23 Evolution Brake Kits Part #K2066 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Travis B (Houston, TX) — Apr 22, 2015 10:32 AM
The brake kit arrived fast. I personally installed the kit myself on my 2005 chevy colorado z71 2x4 crew cab. It was a little work, but not so bad. After the install, my brakes have been smooth and responsive. Loving it!
Reviewed by Casey F (Menifee, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Colorado — May 19, 2014 10:17 PM
These were a good upgrade from the stock rotors and pads. Came with all the hardware needed and everything was high quality. I would definitely recommend these!
Reviewed by James D (GULF BREEZE, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Colorado — Feb 19, 2013 6:57 PM
Had to change the brakes in my 04 base model Chevy Colorado, after a lot of research I decided to go with this combo... one of the best decisions I've made for the truck. Stops better than when it was new. Brakes feel very strong and still stops smooth. A word of caution, if you are not a mechanic, take this to a mechanic. Changing the brake pads on my truck, easy. Changing the rotors on my truck, almost impossible with just general knowledge and garage tools. Even took my mechanic 3 hours
Reviewed by Thomas B (Denver, CO) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Colorado — Jul 24, 2012 2:29 PM
They look and stop great. Installing ANY disks on a 4x4 Chevy Colorado/GMC Canyon is only possible with the right tools. You'll need an impact wrench with 36mm deep well impact socket, 1/2" metric sockets with a long breaker bar, torque wrench, and allen wrench sockets. You'll need to remove the steering knuckle from the truck, detaching upper and lower ball joints and the steering arm. you'll have to drive the bearing/hub out of the steering knuckle on a bench. Be careful on the ABS sensor. If you break a wire, that's $60 for a replacement. Torque everything by the book when reassembling. What took me 3 hours on a Silverado, took the entire weekend on the Colorado. But I like getting dirty.
Reviewed by Bryan S (Morrisville, PA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Colorado — Jun 17, 2012 9:50 AM
I finally got a chance to get the Power Stop set of pads and rotors on my Colorado. What a difference in stopping power even when towing my boat. Great product!
Reviewed by theodore R (Mount Gilead, NC) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Canyon — Mar 05, 2012 4:18 PM
I installed the power stop kit on a 4x4 Gmc Canyon as I was looking for better pedal feel and braking performance. I am not dissappointed at all. The truck stops better than ever and the pedal feels solid, no mushy pedal. Big improvement for so little money
Reviewed by Patrick R (Fort Wayne, IN) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Colorado — Oct 23, 2011 7:32 AM
Breaks and rotors work great. However... I took them to a reputable auto mechanic to have them installed. Good thing I did. Found out in order to replace rotors on a Colorado truck that MAJOR labor was involved in order to get the rotors off the axels of the truck. Not much of a mechanic myself, but my brother works for GM as an engineer and he confirmed that "yeah it might have been a chore" to get those exchanged from the manufacturer's rotors that came on the truck and these new ones! So be prepared for labor if you decide to put these or ANY new rotors on a Colorado/Canyon truck. Would luv to hear some feedback or comments from others who had a similar experience with this type of vehicle.
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