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Old 12-05-2007, 07:09 PM
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Front Brake Diagram - 2005 F350 SD - HELP

Does anyone have a brake diagram for replacing the front disc brakes on a 2005 F350 SD? I am replacing the brakes have done tons of cars/trucks, Chilton is not correct and just want to get this one right.....because its mine.
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Old 12-05-2007, 09:21 PM
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if you have done brakes before you don't need a diagram, disc brakes are easy. If you don't feel confident then don't try it, expensive truck to mess up.

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Old 12-09-2007, 10:24 PM
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I've changed hundreds of breaks in my life, thats how I payed for college. The reason I needed a diagram is to see if there is a wear indicator on this truck. The kit I purchased didn't include the indicators. This is my wifes truck and I like to have all the indicators working........
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I've changed hundreds of brakes in my life, thats how I payed for college. The reason I needed a diagram is to see if there is a wear indicator on this truck. The kit I purchased didn't include the indicators. This is my wifes truck and I like to have all the indicators working........
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:37 AM
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go to your local dealer parts counter and ask to see a set of pads for your truck, then you can see what it should be looking like stock
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There is no wear indicator on Super Duty brake pads. The brakes usually last for quite a while, depending on driving habits and conditions. Just be sure to inspect them regularly.
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I've never seen wear indicators on the brake pads on any of my SDs.
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