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 Frank A (Charlotte, NC) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado —4/7/2015 3:22 AM
I have a 2008 Silverado Service Truck. It weighs between 10,500 and 11,500 depending on what I'm carrying. Being 3-4000 over the factory GVW it's like trying to stop a train. I already had Hawk SD pads and slotted rotors which helped and were well worth the money but still wasn't enough for an emergency stop. These calipers made a HUGE difference. I'll be doing the rears as well when finances allow.
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.