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GMC Canyon Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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EBC Green Supreme Brake Pads Reviews

Great brakes

Reviewed By Zachary D (Fremont, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Canyon —5/28/2014 8:12 PM

I matched them with power stop drilled and slotted rotors. Great break-pads the only thing is the coating really adds a lot the dust onto your rims. The back plate came off but I was able to put it back on.

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StopTech Slotted Brake Rotors Reviews

2004 GMC Canyon

Reviewed By Jon R (Troy, MI) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Canyon —10/11/2011 5:13 AM

The poor rating for ease of installation isn't power slot's fault, it's just my truck is a pain in the rear to get the old rotors off. Other than that the product has been working great and looks just as good! When I first put them on I was braking too hard because they were that much better than my old ones.

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Goodridge G-Stop Brake Lines Reviews

Good value, easy installation - Goodridge G-stop Brake Lines

Reviewed By Arthur R A (Huntsville, AL) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Canyon —7/4/2008 11:55 AM

The Goodridge G-stop Brake Lines are reasonably straightforward to install. You'll need flair nut wenches (probably metric, but double-check before you buy), typical brake bleeding equipment, and a patient friend to operate the brake pedal. The lines themselves are first rate in appearance and quality and install easily. All ancilary parts are provided with the brake line kit, but the U-shaped keepers that hold the brake lines in place at the mounting points with the auto's hard lines are of poor quality. You may find that the original U-shaped keepers are better - I did.

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