StopTech Front And Rear Brake Rotor Kit With Posi Quiet Brake Pads 6-Lug F-150 2012-2017/ F-150 Raptor 2012-2014/2017
- 100% Fully Machined
- Mill Balanced
- Durable E-Coating Finish
- Made To OE Specifications
StopTech 6-Lug Front and Rear Brake Rotor Kit with Posi Quiet Brake Pads for 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 F-150s and 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2017 F-150 Raptors.
Take the guesswork out of mixing and matching while you improve the brakes on your 2012-2017 F-150 or Raptor by ordering this StopTech 6-Lug Front and Rear Brake Rotor Kit with Posi Quiet Brake Pads. StopTech's 906.65045 kit will deliver the high performance and high quality out of your truck's rotors & pads, especially in those high octane situations.
Rotor Features & Benefits:
- Blank 1-Piece Design
- Made to OE Specifications
- Manufactured from High-Carbon Alloy
- 100% Fully Machined
- Durable E-Coating Finish
- Mill Balanced for Minimal Vibration Feedback
- Symmetric Vane Casting for Correct Heat Transfer & Thermal Efficiency
- Double Disc Grinding
- More Effective Break-In with Pads
The brake rotors that StopTech includes within this kit have a blank, 1-piece design that has been crafted to the OE specifications. Manufactured from high-carbon alloy, these rotors are 100% fully machined for a more consistent balance and finished look. The e-coating finish will help these rotors fight against any long-term rust and corrosion.
As a part of StopTech's Centric Premium series, these rotors have been mill balanced to ensure minimal feedback from any vibration. They also have symmetric vane castings that will produce the correct heat transfer and thermal efficiency within your F-150. Their double disc grinding will eliminate any run-out while helping these rotors effectively break-in with the new pads.
Pad Features & Benefits:
- Posi Quiet Ceramic Pad Design
- Simple OE Fitment
- Stable Friction Performance Across Wide Temperature Range
- Even, Long-Lasting Wear
- Minimal Brake Dust & Vibration Noise
- Factory Scorched for Quicker Break-In with Rotors
- Made without Asbestos
StopTech includes these brake pads that are a part of their Posi Quiet Ceramic series. Each pad has a short & sweet OE mounting fitment and will provide a more stable friction performance across a wide range of temperatures. This will help create a more even and long-lasting wear while performing at a high level on your F-150. These Posi Quiet brake pads will also have very little brake dust and almost zero vibration noise. Made without any asbestos, these pads have been factory scorched for a faster break-in with your rotors while also having low brake rotor wear.
So go ahead and purchase StopTech's 906.65045 6-Lug Front and Rear Brake Rotor Kit with Posi Quiet Brake Pads for your 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 or 2017 F-150 or 2012, 2013, 2014 or 2017 F-150 Raptor from CJ Pony Parts today!
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For this installation you need a lift or a jack and jack stands, 3/8 ratchet, 13mm socket, 15mm socket, 1/2 inch ratchet, 21mm socket, channel locks, 2 flathead screwdrivers, a wire brush, and a hammer. We're going to start the installation by getting your truck off the ground and removing the wheels. Next up then, remove the bolts that hold the caliper to the bracket. Before you remove the actual caliper, get a couple of screwdrivers, compress the pistons away from the factory pads, that'll make it easier to put them on later. Now you want to support the caliper out of the way. Do not leave it hanging by the hose, make sure you hang it from something else. Now we can remove the actual pads and then the bracket. To remove the bracket remove these two bolts, on at the top and one down here.
To get the rotor off the hub, we're going to spray a little bit of lubricant in the center here, then we have to hammer to get it off. Give the area a quick clean-up before we install our new rotor. We'll install our new StopTech rotor. The rotor's seated, grab the caliper bracket. Down the edges here where the shims are going to go, you want to clean them up first, wire brush, maybe a little ScotchBrite pad. Make sure there's not a lot of residue in there before we install the new shims. Next we can install the shims. Make sure the little clip goes on the inside, round piece goes on the outside. Now we can bolt the bracket back on. Now we'll put a dab of grease on each of the shims, and install our new pads. You should take note, the back of the pads you have the entire rattle shims on them, not a bad idea to put a couple dabs of grease. These make it not as necessary. Now we're going to reinstall our caliper, you compressed the pistons earlier, should slide right on.
Now you want to complete the process on the other side. Now we can move on to the rear. The is going to be a very similar process as the front. We're going to start by removing these two bolts here that hold the caliper to the bracket. Before we remove it we're going to get in there with a screwdriver and just compress the piston a little bit and make it easier to install the new stuff. Now remove the caliper. Again, like the front, make sure you're hanging the caliper somewhere to support it, you don't want it hanging from the brake hose. Now we can move on, removing the bracket, after removing the pads. The pads off, we're going to remove the bolts out that hold the bracket. Start by lubricating up the center here to try to get this rotor off. Now we'll clean this up just a little bit.
Now put the new rotor in place. I grabbed the caliper bracket, small screwdriver. we're going to remove the shims that are on here. Grab the wire brush and clean them up. We'll install the new shims. You want to start at the bottom and push your way upward. Reinstall our bracket, again here a couple dabs of grease. Again, install our new pads. Now we install the caliper. Now you want to repeat the process on the other side, reinstall your wheels, and your installation's finished. The Stoptech pad and rotor upgrade kit is an excellent choice whether F-150 is your daily drive or you're just towing a trailer on the weekend. Installation's fairly straightforward, figure about 2 to 3 hours, and you're back on the road in no time.