Brake disk replacement

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Brake disk replacement

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I have KZ-TE hilux with manual locking hubs.
Does anyone have the procedure or steps for replacing the front disk units. Is it a fairly easy job?

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Re: Brake disk replacement

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Wayne, have a look here, you might find something to assist you.
https://www.hilux4x4.co.za/manual/

I have never doe this on a Hilux but I have on other cars in another century, it was a fairly esay job.

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Re: Brake disk replacement

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Thanks FD, I will have a look. Appreciate the help.

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Re: Brake disk replacement

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WayneMan wrote: Sun Jan 07, 2024 9:10 pm I have KZ-TE hilux with manual locking hubs.
Does anyone have the procedure or steps for replacing the front disk units. Is it a fairly easy job?

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When I get home tonight I will find the page in my Haynes Workshop manual and take a picture to post it here. Their instructions are very clear.
Its a fairly easy job to do. If you replace the discs then throw a new set of pads on as well.
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Re: Brake disk replacement

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Tha k you sir, appreciate that !

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Re: Brake disk replacement

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WayneMan wrote:Tha k you sir, appreciate that !

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Hope this helps.

The internet is also full of videos showing how to do this.Image

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Re: Brake disk replacement

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Many thanks appreciate that

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