Reviewed By Al B (Wading River, NY) Reviewed for a 1996 GMC Suburban —8/2/2009 4:07 PM
my 1996 gmc suberban not happy with the stopping distence expected better performence from front rotors and pads for the money know better than orginal braks al.
Reviewed By EARL M (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra —1/5/2016 5:47 PM
I was unable to install till a couple of days ago. I am not a mechanic only a retired person who has more time than money. I did the replacement of the shoes myself with no prior experience. I did photo the shoes prior to removal of the old ones and placed them in the order they came off. Then replaced the new shoes the way they were laid out. I was very happy that the replacement of the new shoes were so easy and the new ones work great.
Reviewed By Christian M (Pico Rivera, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Canyon —11/30/2015 12:32 PM
I usually use stock fluid to do maintenance. I saw the youtube video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkIowmqOFRg, where they show what a difference brake pads and fluid make. I tried the fluid and the brake pedal feels much better. I have a GMC Canyon that had soft brake pedal. The truck is not a race car or stop like one. But it feels much better than original. I did not measure the before and after. I wish I had because I am interested in knowing how much the difference is.