Despite the F-250 and F-350 having a 22-year head start, the F-150 has quickly become the best-selling Ford pickup, as of this publication. The 2007 F-150 has a wide array of options, so buyers may customize it to fit their lifestyles. One of these options — four-wheel drive or two-wheel drive — has a direct impact on the process of changing the 2007 F-150’s rotors. While replacing the rotors, it is best to put on a fresh set of pads to ensure the rotors last as long as possible.
Things You’ll Need
Turkey baster, Small container, Ratchet, Socket set, Floor jack, Bungee strap, 8-inch C-clamp, Rubber mallet, Torque wrench, New brake pads, Clean, lint-free cloths, Disc brake grease, 1 qt. DOT 3 brake fluid, Needle-nose pliers, 2-foot-long breaker bar, New spindle nut, White marking paint, New cotter pin