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2010 Gmc Sierra
Brakes, Rotors & Pads

2010 Gmc Sierra Brakes, Rotors & Pads

A heavy truck like your 2010 GMC Sierra carries a lot of momentum. To keep that massive steel frame and drive train under control at all times, you need stellar stopping power. Upgrade with AutoAnything's aftermarket brakes for 2010 Sierra truck to take your braking system to the next level.
Not sure which 2010 GMC Sierra Brakes, Rotors & Pads are right for you? We have over 6816 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Easy install, I could definitely tell that my stock brakes and rotors would fade and start to warp when under extreme braking/heat, so far the EBC rotors have not faded or warped at all." —Kevin Q from Perkasie, PA bought an EBC Sport Rotors for a 2010 GMC Sierra.

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Tekonsha Primus IQ Electronic Brake Control

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very good product and easy to follow installation instructions View more reviews...
Posted By David M (CREOLA, AL) / March 8, 2014
2013 GMC Sierra
Phoenix Systems V-12 Reverse Brake Bleeder Kit

Must have tool for any brake/clutch fluid job

I have used this kit once on my 2005 Sierra. I was able to flush the old fluid out with a vacuum process and then bleed all four brakes quite easily and quickly. If you were going to do a lot of jobs or use it every day I would recommend getting the pneumatic one, or your hand will be cursing you, but for my home use this was perfect. The instructions were helpful and quite thorough, but sometimes a little confusing. It came with a full DVD instructional video showing the multiple ways the kit can be configured as well as an instructional booklet. However this kit is slightly different than the one in the instructions. The bottle adapter is a universal one rather than the multiple sizes of bottle caps in the old style kit. This universal bottle adapter works fine, but it was a little confusing at first to figure out exactly how to connect it. First I suctioned out the old fluid from the master cylinder reservoir using the vacuum configuration. Next I flushed the system by connecting the bleeder in the vacuum configuration to each of the brake bleeders valves in succession, and pumped it until the fluid coming out was clear. This worked quite well, but don't be surprised when you don't get a full steady flow of fluid in the pump, it just doesn't gush out of the bleeder so the tube of the Phoenix V-12 won't be completely full of fluid going into the catch can. You do have to keep an eye on your master cylinder reservoir to make sure it doesn't get too low. Next I checked the master cylinder and removed a little bit of fluid so I wouldn't over-fill it during the reverse bleeding. Finally I bled the air from the system by attaching the Phoenix V-12 to each of the brake bleeder valves once more, but this time in the forward pump configuration. I had the back side of the pump pulling fresh fluid from a new can of brake fluid using the universal bottle adapter. I pumped about 4 pumps or so, removed the hose from the valve, let it "burp" and then closed the valve. This was actually pretty messy because not al View more reviews...
Posted By David G (Wahiawa, HI) / June 6, 2011
2005 GMC Sierra
Motul Brake Fluid

Motel 600

It's brake fluid. View more reviews...
Posted By Keith M (West Point, UT) / August 25, 2018
2015 Dodge Challenger

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