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  1. Wheels, Tires, and Brakes
    I have a 2005 Frontier XE and today I started bleeding the brakes myself for the first time. I did not keep the master cylinder topped up the whole time which I know is a mistake so I stopped the brake bleeding job half way through. Only got the 2 rear tires bled. The pedal gets nice and firm...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Hi so im writing/asking about my 2001 Nissan Frontier king cab xe front brakes. Im running 235/75r15s ko2 and i skid alot and was wondering has anyone ever swappes for a dual piston if so can i get a link to how you did it thanks.
  3. Wheels, Tires, and Brakes
    I have another post where I am working through a mushy brake pedal. Before I continue on my troubleshooting, I want to ask you guys if your brake pedal is hard. We also have a Nissan Altima, Mazda 6, and Honda CRV. The brakes will throw you through the windshield on all of them. The pedal stops...
  4. 1st Gen Hangout
    I had 1 badly sticking caliper slide pin on each side, and the rotors were starting to get grooved. Replaced rotors, pads, caliper brackets, slide pins, and boots. The brakes work great and are nice and smooth and quiet. With one exception: If I'm braking very lightly as I come to almost a...
  5. 1st Gen Hangout
    Hey all. Tomorrow I will be doing the brakes on my 02 Frontier 4x4 king cab. More specifically, I will be doing the rear shoes and spring kit and the front pads and rotors. Have all the necessary parts and tools to complete the job and from what I’ve seen, it doesn’t look too complex (especially...
  6. Wheels, Tires, and Brakes
    Recently I installed a leveling kit from supreme suspension that raised the front and rear a couple inches. I installed it myself and to do so i had to engage the suspension when reconnecting the control arm. So I placed the jack somewhere under the lower control arm until the suspension...
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