FROM THE DRIVER SEAT
The conclusion to any brake story should be reaffirming that the truck stops. Good news, the Ranger stops-and better than ever. Despite the +5 wheel/tire size, pedal feel is superb and during panic stops, the "bite" is rock solid. Brake fade was minimal and besides the heavy dust, the brakes have performed flawlessly. Other bonuses included: No need to bleed the brakes because we didn't open any lines and we haven't had any annoying squealing while slowly coming to a halt. The installation was a breeze and we have money left over in our pocket for more wheel and tire cleaner.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Time Spent Working: 1 1/2 Hours
Degree Of Difficulty: Beginner

Tools Needed:
Jack, jackstands, torque wrench, 15mm socket and 3/8-inch ratchet, C-clamp, zip ties, wheel bearing grease, rubber mallet, needle nose pliers, seal puller, large Crescent wrench

Parts Used:
EBC Brakes 3GD Series Sport Rotors GD7037 $308.95 (x2)
EBC Brakes Yellow Stuff brake pads DP41617R $137.95
FoMoCo inner wheel/brake seals $10.99 (x2)

Total: $777.83
(Prices do not include shipping, tax, or labor)

SOURCE
Continental Tires
www.continentaltire.com
EBC Brakes
12621 Encinitas Avenue
Sylmar
CA  91342
702-826-2400
http://www.ebcbrakes.com
Summit Racing
Akron
OH
800-230-3030
330-630-0240
www.summitracing.com/
Boss Motorsports
5780 Soestern Court
Chino
CA  91710
909-590-8828
www.bossmotorsports.com