Reviewed By Dan L (Otis, OR) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche —2/27/2015 1:54 PM
The rotors and pads worked out well Too bad it took me 5 years to put them on!! I got lazy.
Reviewed By Michael R (Cottonwood, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche —2/22/2011 7:30 AM
Our "02 Avalanche is used for work, with a load of parts in the back and behind the seat. Trust me when I say "This rig is heavy, and does NOT stop well." I had four brake shops look everything over, all with the same basic answer. "That is just the way Chevy's are, not much braking performance." Now that the Eradispeed rotors are in place on the front, and Baer Decelarotors in the back with DecelaPads all around I don't have to grit my teeth as well as grind my foot on the pedal to pull this beast to a stop. this is probably the best stopping Car/Truck I've ever owned, except for my "68-Z28/RS" OH! the memories!!
Reviewed By JOSEPH H (Fountain, CO) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado —10/26/2011 7:40 PM
I could instantly feel the difference in stopping power just from installing the front rotors. I could only install the front rotors because I accidentally ordered the wrong set. Make sure when you are checking the pistons on your rotors you check the REAR calipers, all front calipers on chevy silverados 99-03 are dual pistons however if you have disks your rear calipers can be single or dual pistons.
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