Reviewed By Patrick R (Fort Wayne, IN) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Colorado —10/23/2011 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.