unclematt3: Thank you so much! This is one of the best how-to videos on YouTube. You guys did a great job!
Miguel: Question I thought on a 2003 Ford F-150 it only has 2 bearings inner bearing and outer bearing
Miguel: What size was the socket you used to remove the nut holding the rotor
Shane Joyce: great tool description. Tks. Shane-o
57chevy 5757: keep up the good work thanks
Mark Chocianowski: Thank you. Very good and clean instruction video.
Alexandre Solomonik: Thank you so much for the great video and excellent detailed instructions!
Pete Smith: Great video,Joe,exactly how to do it,Locktite and anti-sieze are a plus,as they did not do that step at the factory.
James Tennier: That was really excellent. Nothing to chance. Thank you.
FlyingDutchmanHans: Do the bearings have to be replaced anytime you take off the rotor?
Jay Stimson: Thanks.
juanjohnism: You had an almost perfect video, you do not use antiseize on caliper slider bolts, you use high temperature grease spcifically designed for brakes. Secondly you dont use red locktight on caliper bolts. You may break those bolts when every you try to remove them. Good narration, excellent knowledge io brake parts.
Eliazar Trejo: what can wrong with my 94 f150, 2wd, my front right brakes scrape when driving into 2nd gear, sounds forced and real loud,
Chris Caldwell: Thanks Joe, Awesome job of explaining how to do this.
joehadex: I had found that ford f150 2004 requires a torque pressure on the spindle lock nut of 296 ft/lbs can you add to this?
TERMINATOR1959: Was this a 2WD vehicle? If so, what changes if you are working on a 4WD F150. Mine is a 1999 but I believe it is the same through 2003? Thanks for the great video!
trulysick86: The mechanic just uses an impact wrench and over tightens everything.... They don't follow torque specs. So you'll be ok dude
trulysick86: 100-130ft lbs will move the truck some... 10ftlbs is about finger tight... Its ok to guess on most suspension parts.
trulysick86: The right side pops when turning and its bumpy.... Sigh, I'll probably have to replace the bearings again now. I'll just tear off the dust shields or grind a circle in them to match that rotor. Ha
trulysick86: I bought those same rotors, put in new bearings, and they're rubbing on my dust shields so the bearings won't fully seat until they wear through the shields.. Such a pain, having to readjust them constantly. I wish RockAuto had a pic of the backside of these.... They're nice rotors, but that shield rubs on the dust shield...
How to Replace the Front Brake Pads and Rotors on a 2003 Ford F1505
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