Not sure which 2004 Chevy Colorado Brakes, Rotors & Pads are right for you? We have over 1051 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Thomas B from Denver, CO said, "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."
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