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2021 Gmc Canyon
Brakes, Rotors & Pads

2021 Gmc Canyon Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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Motul Brake Fluid

What a difference!

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. View more reviews...
Posted By Christian M (Pico Rivera, CA) / November 30, 2015
2005 GMC Canyon
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CURT Echo Brake Controller

Skepticle

I was a little skeptical on how well it would work, but it literally took 2 mins to hook up (mostly because I didn't know the PIN number was under the cover) and away I went. If I can find one thing wrong, and I'm stretching, it's that once your vehicle shuts off, you have to turn the controller back on from your phone when you start it. So that takes some getting used to. Other that that, awesome View more reviews...
Posted By Jonathan T (NORTH STONINGTON, CT) / March 28, 2020
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StopTech High Performance Racing Brake Fluid

Good upgrade

Definetly a good upgrade from the OEM fluid and at a very affordable price View more reviews...
Posted By Md Najibul H (KATY, TX) / March 13, 2019
2014 Honda Civic
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